Korea Accedes to the IMSO Convention

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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

The IMSO Director General, Captain Esteban Pacha-Vicente, today announced that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has acceded to the IMSO Convention, bringing the total membership to 98.

Captain Pacha has formally welcomed the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to the membership of IMSO and expresses his satisfaction for the increased interest of nonmember States, which are considering or in the process of joining IMSO, in the activities of the Organization.

Captain Pacha continues to promote the values of IMSO and to encourage both Member and non-member States to be actively involved in the activities of the Organization.

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