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Statutory Documents - IMO Publications and Documents - Resolutions - Assembly - IMO Resolution A.1046(27) Worldwide Radionavigation System (Adopted on 30 November 2011) - The Assembly,

The Assembly,

 RECALLING article 15(j) of the Convention on the International Maritime Organization regarding the functions of the Assembly in relation to regulations and guidelines concerning maritime safety,

 RECALLING ALSO resolution A.953(23), by which it adopted, as the IMO policy on the recognition and acceptance of suitable radionavigation systems intended for international use, the "Revised Report on the Study of a Worldwide Radionavigation System" annexed to that resolution,

 RECOGNIZING the need for a worldwide radionavigation system to provide ships with navigational position-fixing throughout the world,

 RECOGNIZING ALSO the need to amend the aforementioned revised report,

 HAVING CONSIDERED the recommendation made by the Maritime Safety Committee at its eighty-eighth session,

  1 ADOPTS, as the IMO policy for the recognition and acceptance of suitable radionavigation systems intended for international use, the "Revised Report on the Study of a Worldwide Radionavigation System", as set out in the Annex to the present resolution;

  2 INVITES Governments to keep the Organization informed of the operational development of any suitable radionavigation systems conforming to the policy referred to above which might be considered by the Organization for use by ships worldwide;

  3 INVITES ALSO Governments and organizations providing radionavigation systems to consent to recognition of these systems by IMO;

  4 REQUESTS the Maritime Safety Committee to recognize systems conforming with the requirements set out in the Annex to this resolution, and to publish information on such systems;

  5 REQUESTS ALSO the Maritime Safety Committee to keep the above-mentioned revised report under review for adjustment as necessary;

  6 REVOKES resolution A.953(23).


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