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India, Sri Lanka Coast Guards agree to collaborate in combatting transnational illegal activities at sea

Coast Guards of India and Sri Lanka today reached an agreement to establish a collaborative relationship to combat transnational illegal activities at sea and develop regional cooperation between the two maritime security agencies.Recognizing that cross border crimes at sea create a threat to the safety of maritime transportation and economic activities and endanger the safety of both countries, the two Coast Guards have decided to collaborate in combating such activities.Director General of Indian Coast Guard Rajendra Singh and Director General of Sri Lanka Coast Guard Rear Admiral Samantha Wimalathunge signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Colombo today for the establishment of a collaborative relationship to combat transnational illegal activities at sea and develop regional cooperation between two Coast Guards.…………….Please Log in or Subscribe to view full details…..

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