The official language used at ISSME is English. Most ISSME documents are issued in official language. At times, a delegate may choose to make a statement using a language other than English. In such cases, the delegate must provide either an interpretation or a written text of the statement in the official language.
The ISSME emblem is a “symbolic map of the world representing lines of longitude and latitude connecting each other with the organization acronym at the centre of the globe in magic-blue and sea-blue lines with all background areas in white”. ISSME acronym at the centre of world map in the emblem depicts ISSME’s global presence and operation. While the magic-blue colour symbolizes trust, faith and dependability, sea-blue colour indicates depth and stability. The white background indicates wholeness and creativity.
The use of the emblem is restricted for the general public and organizations or institutions without prior written permission of ISSME.
The official emblem of the ISSME in white, centered on a blue ground.
Hoist (width): Fly (length) 2:3 or 3:5 or the same proportions as the UN or the national flag of any country; the emblem is one half of the hoist and is entirely centered.
The use of the flag is restricted for the general public and organizations or institutions without prior permission of ISSME.