IMO announced that the Government of Bangladesh is actively seeking international partnerships and financial support to help make the country’s ship-recycling facilities greener and more sustainable, following the successful completion of the first phase of a project aimed at improving safety and environmental standards within the country’s ship-recycling industry.
India’s Ministry of Shipping will sponsor a new safety training program for 20,000 workers involved in the ship recycling activities at Alanag- Sosiya recycling yard. The news comes a day after at least 16 workers were killed and 58 wounded in an explosion at the Gadani shipbreaking yard near Karachi, Pakistan.
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