Diplomatic Conference of International Maritime Law
Conférence diplomatique de droit maritime international
1905, Brussels (Belgium), at 1st Conference convened by the Belgian government, following the drawing up of a draft convention by Comité maritime international (CMI) (a separate non-governmental body). The Conference developed into a series, the most recent Conference having been held in 1979. Many of the issues handled through the Conference have been referred to International Maritime Organization (IMO). Presumably no longer exists.Available with paid subscription only.
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