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Rear Admiral P. Brady - Jamaica's special Envoy to IMO

Rear Admiral P. Brady appointed Special Envoy to IMO

Foreign Minister Kamina Johnson Smith converses with Transport and Mining Minister Lester ‘Mike’ Henry (right) and Rear Admiral Peter Brady, head of the Maritime Authority of Jamaica.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Director General of the Maritime Authority of Jamaica, Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Peter Brady, has been appointed as Jamaica’s Special Envoy to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).


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