India elected again to International Maritime Organisation Council with highest votes
India received the most votes in the category of states with the largest interest in international seaborne trade at the International Maritime Organisation Council Elections. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) is a UN agency responsible for regulating shipping. India's High Commission in London expressed gratitude for the support and highlighted India's continuous service at the IMO. The re-election reflects the government's focus on the domestic shipping sector and its contributions to global maritime operations.
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