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Records from the explosion of the Kakhovskaya HPP: what has changed in a year? A year ago, the Russian occupiers committed a man-made and ecological disaster, blowing up the Kakhovskaya HPP in the Kherson region.


June, 06, 2024

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has outlined its latest progress and plans to decarbonize global shipping by or around 2050, in a submission to the Bonn Climate Conference.


June, 08, 2024

Information and legal support for the activities of members of the Association


"Association Purpose"

Support to members of the Association in the fields of sea and river transport, merchant shipping, shipping (including fish / fish preservation, stevedoring), navigation and hydrographic support for navigation, while ensuring the safety of navigation on approaches to seaports



Rhine in South Germany Reopens to Shipping.


June, 09, 2024

Development and implementation, together with state authorities, of the Concept and Program in the fields of sea and river transport, merchant shipping, shipping


"Association Purpose"

Work with domestic and international organizations and experts on shipping issues


"Association Purpose"

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  • Roman Kurilin

    Head of the Supervisory Board of the International Maritime Association
  • Association activity

    The main goal of the association is to constantly support activities and help members of the International Maritime Association (IMA) in the fields of maritime and river transport, merchant shipping, shipping (including fish / fish protection, port industries), navigation and hydrographic support for navigation, while ensuring the safety of navigation on approaches to seaports, in the areas of environmental protection during the implementation of economic activity and control in sea and river ports, in ship agency services, in the fields of x using ships for the transportation of goods, passengers, baggage and mail, fishing and other marine industries, exploration and mining, towing, icebreaking and rescue operations, cable laying, as well as for other economic, scientific and cultural purposes, forwarding in other related areas.
  • Association partners

    Legal company "Result"

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News of the International Maritime Association (IMA) and partners

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    We bring to your attention the Digest of marine news for the week, the most interesting marine news in one collection.

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  •  Marine News Digest # 23 ( June, 03, 2024 ) 03.06.2024 Marine News Digest # 23 ( June, 03, 2024 )

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  •  Marine News Digest # 22 ( May, 27, 2024 ) 27.05.2024 Marine News Digest # 22 ( May, 27, 2024 )

    We bring to your attention the Digest of marine news for the week, the most interesting marine news in one collection.

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  •  Help for tankers in the Lyman direction! 24.05.2024 Help for tankers in the Lyman direction!

    Our volunteers of the NGO "GloBee International", with the support of the International Maritime Association, delivered humanitarian aid to our tankers to the front line in the Limansk direction to support the boys and help them endure this difficult confrontation.

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  •  Marine News Digest # 21 ( May, 20, 2024 ) 20.05.2024 Marine News Digest # 21 ( May, 20, 2024 )

    We bring to your attention the Digest of marine news for the week, the most interesting marine news in one collection.

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  •  May 18 - International Women's Day in the Maritime Industry. 18.05.2024 May 18 - International Women's Day in the Maritime Industry.

    International Women's Day in the Maritime Industry is celebrated for the third year in a row. The theme for 2024 is “Security Horizons: Women Shaping the Future of Maritime Security.” Women are still underrepresented among seafarers - only about 1% on ships worldwide and only 2% in the industry as a whole. Today, to this end, the International Maritime Organization invites you to share photos on social networks using the hashtag #WomenInMaritimeDay.

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