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Koji Sekimizu was elected Secretary-General of the Organization by the 106th session of the IMO Council in June 2011 for a four-year period beginning 1 January 2012. The election was endorsed by the IMO's Assembly at its 27th session in November 2011.


Mr. Koji Sekimizu of Japan is the seventh elected Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization, the United Nations agency concerned with maritime safety and security and the prevention of marine pollution from ships.

 

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Back row:
Mr. J. Loldrup, Head, Executive Office of the Secretary-General and of Policy and Planning; Mr. N. Charalambous, Director, Technical Cooperation Division; Mr. Min Kyung Rae, Senior Deputy Director, Internal Oversight and Ethics Office; Mr. L.D. Barchue, Director, Department for Member State Audit and Implementation Support; Mr. S. Micallef, Director, Marine Environment Division; Mr. F.J. Kenney, Director, Legal Affairs and External Relations Division; Mr. J. Espinoza-Ferrey, Director, Administrative Division; Mr. C. Trelawny, Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Maritime Security and Facilitation

Front row:
Mrs. O.E. O’Neil, Director, Conference Division; the Secretary-General; Mr. A. Winbow, Assistant Secretary-General/Director, Maritime Safety Division