Ukraine and the IMO
Ukraine is a Member of the International Maritime Organization since 1994.
The participation of Ukraine at the IMO is provided by three ministries – Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.
The EU, Canada, Georgia, Iceland and the United States called on Russia in the International Maritime Organization to comply promptly with the order of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
Ukraine expressed its protest to the Russian Federation at IMO in connection with the discriminatory inspections of vessels as well as the unauthorized construction of a bridge across the Kerch Strait
Ukraine called on IMO not to recognize unlawful unilateral actions of the Russian Federation in the maritime areas appertaining to the temporarily occupied Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol
Maritime Safety Committee of the International Maritime Organization invited the Member States and interested parties to notify to the Organization of any threats to the security and safety of navigation in the North-Eastern part of the Black Sea