Comité maritime international (CMI)
1897 Brussels Belgium
Statutes revised: 27 Jun 1992. Although only the French title is approved by the organization, other bodies sometimes refer to it unofficially in English as International Maritime Committee. H-XF1112 - Diplomatic Conference of International Maritime Law, first held 1905, Brussels (Belgium), following the drawing up of a draft convention by CMI, continued as a series until 1979, when many issues that it used to handle were transferred to IMO.
Contribute by all appropriate means and activities to unification of maritime law and maritime commercial law, maritime customs, usages and practices; promote establishment of national associations of maritime law; cooperate with other international associations or organizations having the same objectives.
Events2021-09-26 | Tokyo, Japan – Conference
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