Coast Guards of India and Indonesia sign pact to combat maritime crimes

Nidhi Singh Monday 6th of July 2020 05:18 PM

India, Indonesia Coast Guards sign pact 

New Delhi: The Coast Guards of India and Indonesia on Monday signed a pact in an effort to enhance collaborative and cooperative ties to rein transnational maritime crimes, facilitate Search and Rescue among others.

The MoU was signed by Indian Coast Guard DG K Natarajan and Head of Indonesian Coast Guard VAdm Aan Kurnia through video conferencing.   

“MoU between India & Indonesia Coast Guard signed by #ICG DG K Natarajan & VAdm Aan Kurnia, Head Indonesia CG on 06 Jul, through Video conferencing in presence of Shri PK Rawat, Ambassador @IndianEmbJkt & Mr Mochammad Rizki Safary, Minister Counsellor @KBRI_NewDelhi,” the Indian Coast Guard said in a tweet.

“MoU will enhance Collaborative & Cooperative engagements between two maritime agencies to combat transnational Maritime Crimes, facilitate SAR, Capacity & Capability building activities and Maritime Cooperation to ensure safe, secure and clean seas in the region,” it added in another tweet.


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