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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Indian-Japanese Joint Coast Guard Training


Reported here, some joint anti-terror/piracy training between a couple of Asian democracies:
To exchange ideas, experience and share knowledge, a joint exercise between the Coast Guards of India and Japan was held in Mumbai yesterday in which both the nations show their capacities and performances while tackling the evils of sea.
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Such exercises help countries to get the help of related countries when their ships face any distress. Since they already have information about the security and rescue facilities with the different countries, this facilitates them in taking decisions when their ships are in distress.
Speaking to the media, Vice Admiral ICG R. F. Contractor said, “From such exercises we get two way information and come to know about the weaknesses and strengths of other countries. From this joint exercise we knew some new things about Japan’s Coast Guard and we are committed to provide maritime security to Japan.”Such exercises help countries to get the help of related countries when their ships face any distress. Since they already have information about the security and rescue facilities with the different countries, this facilitates them in taking decisions when their ships are in distress.
Speaking to the media, Vice Admiral ICG R. F. Contractor said, “From such exercises we get two way information and come to know about the weaknesses and strengths of other countries. From this joint exercise we knew some new things about Japan’s Coast Guard and we are committed to provide maritime security to Japan.”

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