Goa Maritime Conclave – 2021

What is the News?

The 3rd edition of Goa Maritime Conclave was successfully conducted at Goa. The Indian Navy showed the visiting countries the first-hand demonstration of Deep Submergence and Rescue Vessel (DSRV) capabilities

About Goa Maritime Conclave

Organized by: Indian Navy under the aegis of Naval War College, Goa

Aim: To bring together the regional stakeholders and deliberate on the collaborative implementation strategies in dealing with contemporary maritime security challenge

Theme: Maritime Security and Emerging Non-Traditional Threats: A Case for Proactive Role for IOR Navies”.

Participating countries: The Chiefs of Navies/ Heads of Maritime Forces from 12 Indian Ocean Region countries comprising Bangladesh, Comoros, Indonesia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Myanmar, Seychelles, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand have participated in the conclave.

What are the key outcomes of the conclave?

Countries adopted the Declaration of ‘Common Maritime Priorities’. The declaration aims to prioritise key maritime interests in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) with an emphasis on capacity building to tackle emerging common maritime threats.

Source: This post is based on the articleGOA MARITIME CONCLAVE – 2021published in PIB on 11th November 2021.

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