Portraits of former Secretaries-General unveiled - images
20 June 2005
Portrait of Mr. Ove Nielsen of Denmark, the first IMO Secretary-General, unveiled by His Excellency Mr. Tom Risadahl, Ambassador of Denmark.
Portrait of Mr. William Graham of the United Kingdom, second Secretary-General of IMO, unveiled by Dr. Stephen Ladyman MP, the United Kingdom Minister of State for Transport.
Portrait of Mr. Jean Roullier of France, third Secretary-General of IMO, unveiled by Admiral Gerard Gasc, Permanent Representative of France to IMO, with Mr. Roullier's sons, Mr. Jean-Eudes Roullier and Mr. Philippe Roullier.
Portait of Secretary-General Emeritus Dr. C.P Srivastava of India, fifth Secretary-General of IMO, unveiled by His Excellency Mr. Kamalesh Sharma, High Commissioner of India, with Dr. Srivastava's daughter, Mrs. Kalpana Srivastava.
of IMO's history can be traced through their respective tenures of office and
the achievements of each of them, in their time, reflect the achievements of
the Organization in its perennial quest to attain its objectives. Each, in his
own way, has put his strong mark on the evolution of IMO," he said.
Left to right: Mr. Kamalesh Sharma, High Commissioner of India , Dr. Stephen Ladyman MP, the United Kingdom Minister of State for Transport, Mr. Tom Risdahl, Ambassador of Denmark, Mr. Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, Secretary-General of IMO, Mr. William A. O'Neil, Secretary-General Emeritus, Mr. Mel Cappe, High Commissioner of Canada, President of the IMO Assembly, Admiral Gerard Gasc, Permanent Representative of France to IMO, Mr. L. Díaz-Monclus (Venezuela), Chairman, IMO Council.