The Cook Islands has acceded to the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007.
His Excellency Captain Ian Finley, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Cook Islands to IMO (8 January) met IMO Secretary-General Sekimizu at IMO HQ to hand over the instrument of accession.
The Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007, will provide the legal basis for States to remove, or have removed, shipwrecks that may have the potential to affect adversely the safety of lives, goods and property at sea, as well as the marine environment.
The Convention will fill a gap in the existing international legal framework by providing the first set of uniform international rules aimed at ensuring the prompt and effective removal of wrecks located beyond the territorial sea. The new Convention also includes an optional clause enabling States Parties to apply certain provisions to their territory, including their territorial sea.
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