ASEAN navy chiefs call for stronger co-operation ASEAN

ASEAN navy chiefs call for stronger co-operation

International co-operation at sea, manifested by the co-ordination of actions among countries at bilateral, regional and global levels, is indispensable to protect this essential living source and helps harmonise maritime activities and address trans-boundary challenges, a senior official said on November 5.
Vietnam calls for cooperation in maritime incident settlement World

Vietnam calls for cooperation in maritime incident settlement

Sen. Lt. Gen. Phan Van Giang, Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army, has called on the law enforcement forces and navies of ASEAN countries to enhance cooperation in settling incidents at sea, especially those related to fishermen.
Indian, Indonesian navies conduct joint patrol at sea World

Indian, Indonesian navies conduct joint patrol at sea

The Indian Defence Ministry announced on October 11 that the Indian Navy’s Kora-class missile corvette INS Kulish (P63) and naval maritime patrol aircraft Dornier arrived in Indonesia for the opening ceremony of the 32nd edition of India – Indonesia coordinated patrol (IND-INDO CORPAT).
Vietnamese, Thai navies enhance hydrographic cooperation Politics

Vietnamese, Thai navies enhance hydrographic cooperation

Sent. Lieut. Gen. Pham Minh Ngoc, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam’s People Army (VPA), on August 9 urged the Vietnamese Hydrographic Office and the Hydrographic Department of the Royal Thai Navy to seek cooperation opportunities and soon sign a hydrographic cooperation between the two countries’ navies.
ASEAN navies cooperate to protect marine environment ASEAN

ASEAN navies cooperate to protect marine environment

The 11th ASEAN Navy Chiefs’ Meeting (ANCM-11) opened in Pattaya city, Thailand, on November 19, themed “Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment”, according to Quan doi Nhan dan (People’s Army) daily.
Indonesia, US hold joint naval exercise World

Indonesia, US hold joint naval exercise

The Indonesian and the US navies’ mariner units kicked off a joint military exercise on July 5 to improve combat planning and capacity of their mariner forces.