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Monday, 22 October 2012 - 13:30
Sri Lanka Navy holds trilateral meeting on maritime security
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Sri Lanka Navy held a high-level trilateral meeting in Colombo recently on maritime security with the participation of India and Maldives.

An eight-member Sri Lankan Navy delegation led by Director General Operation, Rear Admiral Jayantha Perera hosted the meeting recently.

The meeting focused on a wide range of issues which included sharing of information on shipping and tsunami warning and setting up extending anti-piracy structures and coordination of joint Exclusive Economic Zone surveillance.

Delegates also explored the possibility of oil spill response, maritime domain awareness training and joint naval/coast guard exercises.

Attention was also drawn to SAR operations and trilateral mechanisms to prevent illegal poaching.

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