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海事の国際的動向に関する調査研究事業報告書 =海洋汚染防止関係=

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INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION
E
MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
COMMITTEE
50th session
Agenda item 3
MEPC 50/3
8 December 2003
Original: ENGLISH
REPORT OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE ON ITS FIFTIETH SESSION
Section   Paragraph Nos. Page No.
1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 -1.9 3
2 CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF AMENDMENTS TO MARPOL 73/78 2.1 - 2.9 6
3 DISCUSSIONS ON MONDAY, 1 DECEMBER 2003 3.1 -3.33 7
4 DECISIONS ON THURSDAY, 4 DECEMBER 2003 4.1 -4.13 12
5 COMMEMORATIVE SESSION 5.1 -5.4 15
6 ANY OTHER BUSINESS 6.1 -6.7 16
 
ANNEXES
 
ANNEX 1 RESOLUTION MEPC.111(50) - AMENDMENTS TO THE ANNEX OF THE PROTOCOL OF 1978 RELATING TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PREVENTION OF POLLUTION FROM SHIPS, 1973
 
ANNEX 2 RESOLUTION MEPC.112(50) - AMENDMENTS TO THE CONDITION ASSESSMENT SCHEME
 
ANNEX 3 RESOLUTION MEPC.113(50) - SHIP RECYCLING FOR THE SMOOTH IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO ANNEX I OF MARPOL 73/78
 
ANNEX 4 RESOLUTION MEPC.114(50) - EARLY AND EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO ANNEX I OF MARPOL 73/78
 
ANNEX 5 UNIFIED INTERPRETATION FOR REGULATION 13G(3)(b) OF ANNEX I OF MARPOL 73/78
 
ANNEX 6 STATEMENTS BY THE DELEGATIONS OF ITALY, CYPRUS, MALTA AND POLAND AFTER ADOPTION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO ANNEX I OF MARPOL 73/78
 
1 INTRODUCTION
 
1.1 The fiftieth session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee was held at IMO Headquarters on 1 and 4 December 2003 under the chairmanship of Mr. A. Chrysostomou (Cyprus).
 
1.2 The session was attended by delegations from:
 
ALBANIA
GHANA
ALGERIA
GREECE
ANGOLA
GUATEMALA
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
GUINEA
ARGENTINA
GUYANA
AUSTRALIA
HONDURAS
AUSTRIA
ICELAND
BAHAMAS
INDIA
BAHRAIN
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
BANGLADESH
IRELAND
BARBADOS
ISRAEL
BELGIUM
ITALY
BENIN
JAMAICA
BOLIVIA
JAPAN
BRAZIL
JORDAN
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
KENYA
BULGARIA
KUWAIT
CAMBODIA
LATVIA
CANADA
LEBANON
CAPE VERDE
LIBERIA
CHILE
LITHUANIA
CHINA
LUXEMBURG
COLOMBIA
MALAYSIA
CONGO
MALTA
COSTA RICA
MARSHALL ISLANDS
CROATIA
MAURITANIA
CUBA
MAURITIUS
CYPRUS
MEXICO
DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S
MOROCCO
  REPUBLIC OF KOREA
MOZAMBIQUE
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
NAMIBIA
  OF CONGO
NETHERLANDS
DENMARK
NEW ZEALAND
DOMINICA
NICARAGUA
ECUADOR
NIGERIA
EGYPT
NORWAY
ESTONIA
OMAN
ETHIOPA
PAKISTAN
FINLAND
PANAMA
FRANCE
PERU
GABON
PHILIPPINES
GEORGIA
POLAND
GERMANY
PORTUGAL
QATAR
SWEDEN
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
SWITZERLAND
ROMANIA
SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
THAILAND
SAINT VINCENT AND THE
TUNISIA
  GRENADINES
TURKEY
SAUDI ARABIA
UKRAINE
SENEGAL
UNITED KINGDOM
SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO
UNITED REPUBLIC
SIERRA LEONE
  OF TANZANIA
SINGAPORE
UNITED STATES
SOUTH AFRICA
URUGUAY
SPAIN
VANUATU
SRI LANKA
VENEZUELA
SUDAN
VIETNAM
SURINAME
YEMEN
 
by representatives from the following Associate Members of IMO:
 
HONG KONG, CHINA
MACAO, CHINA
 
by representatives from the following United Nations and Specialized Agencies:
 
UNITED NATIONS (UN)
UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME (UNEP)
 
by observers from the following intergovernmental organizations:
 
WORLD CUSTOMS ORGANIZATION (WCO)
INTERNATIONAL HYDROGRAPHIC ORGANIZATION (IHO)
EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC)
REGIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT (ROPME)
 
and by observers from the following non-governmental organizations:
 
INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF SHIPPING (ICS)
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION (ISO)
INTERNATIONAL UNION OF MARINE INSURANCE (IUMI)
INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF FREE TRADE UNIONS (ICFTU)
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MARINE AIDS TO NAVIGATION AND LIGHTHOUSE AUTHORITIES (IALA)
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PORTS AND HARBORS (IAPH)
BIMCO
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES (IACS)
OIL COMPANIES INTERNATIONAL MARINE FORUM (OCIMF)
INTERNATIONAL MARITIME PILOTS ASSOCIATION (IMPA)
FRIENDS OF THE EARTH INTERNATIONAL (FOEI)
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE INSTITUTES OF NAVIGATION (IAIN)
INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF SHIPMASTERS' ASSOCIATIONS (IFSMA)
ASSOCIATION OF EUROPEAN SHIPBUILDERS AND SHIPREPAIRERS (AWES)
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT TANKER OWNERS
  (INTERTANKO)
INTERNATIONAL TANKER OWNERS POLLUTION FEDERATION LIMITED
  (ITOPF)
INTERNATIONAL ROAD TRANPORT UNION (IRU)
GREENPEACE INTERNATIONAL
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DRY CARGO SHIPOWNERS
  (INTERCARGO)
INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LECTURERS ASSOCIATION (IMLA)
WORLD WIDE FUND FOR NATURE (WWF)
THE INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  (IMarEST)
INTERNATIONAL PARCEL TANKERS ASSOCIATION (IPTA)
INTERNATIONAL SAILING FEDERATION (ISAF)
INTERNATIONAL MARINE CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION (IMCA)
WORLD NUCLEAR TRANSPORT INSTITUTE (WNTI)
INTERNATIONAL HARBOUR MASTERS’ ASSOCIATION (IHMA)
ROYAL INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS (RINA)
 
1.3 The Chairman of the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC), Mr. T. Allan (United Kingdom); the Chairman of the Legal Committee (LEG), Mr. A. H. E. Popp (Canada); the Chairman of the Technical Co-operation Committee (TCC), Captain M.U. Ahmed (Bangladesh); the Chairman of the Facilitation Committee (FAL), Mr. C. Abela (Malta); the Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Bulk Liquids and Gases (BLG), Mr. Z. Alam (Singapore); the Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Equipment (DE), Mr. I.M. Ponomarev (Russian Federation) and the Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Fire Protection (FP), Mr. K. Yoshida (Japan) were also present.
 
The Secretary-General's opening remarks
 
1.4 The Secretary-General welcomed participants and stated that MEPC 50 had been arranged at the earliest possible time allowed under the procedural requirements of the MARPOL Convention with a view to consideration for adoption of new amendments to MARPOL Annex I under the provisions of Article 16 of the Convention.
 
1.5 The Secretary-General referred to the swift actions he took in the aftermath of the Prestige incident to ensure that IMO could respond promptly to any measures that might be needed, including visits to the then President of the EU Transport Ministers' Council and the EU Transport Commissioner and communications with the flag State, coastal States and the classification society concerned. He also reactivated the Group of Experts to investigate the impact of the proposed measures, taking into account all aspects such as capacities of the shipbuilding and ship recycling industries, the economy of the tanker industry, commercial interests and the effects on the supply of oil by sea transportation.
 
1.6 The Secretary-General urged all delegations to work together so as to provide global solutions to the problems and encouraged them to search for realistic, pragmatic and well-balanced answers to the questions raised, so that any decisions they might take would not create adverse repercussions.
 
1.7 The Secretary-General stressed that shipping is an international industry serving the overwhelming percentage of global trade and the world economy and it is vital that any safety, security and pollution prevention and control standards affecting the industry must be developed and adopted by the international community through IMO.
 
1.8 The Secretary-General called on all delegations to work together to ensure the success of this extra session of the Committee so that the global regulatory framework established under the MARPOL Convention would not be violated.
 
Credentials
 
1.9 The Committee noted the report of the Secretary-General that credentials of the delegations were in due and proper order.







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