IMO says that one this Agreement becomes fully ratified and effective, there will be an internationally binding agreement which will facilitate better control of fishing vessel safety by flag, port and coastal States. It will also contribute to the fight against illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing.
Cape Town Agreement
IMO’s work to enhance fishing vessel safety received a boost when Germany became the sixth State to accede to the 2012 Cape Town Agreement.
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