19 Jun '11, 8am

Maritime officials from S'pore, China to exchange views on navigation safety

SINGAPORE: A ship belonging to China's Maritime Safety Adminstration (MSA), Haixun 31, will be visiting Singapore. Responding to media queries on the visit of the ship, a spokesperson from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said it is part of existing exchanges on technical cooperation on maritime safety and marine environment protection between the Singapore and Chinese shipping authorities. During the visit, staff from both agencies will be exchanging views on technical issues, such as enhancing safety of navigation and port state control. They will also explore further cooperation in enhancing safety of life at sea and marine environment protection. MSA staff will also be visiting MPA facilities such as the Port Operations Control Centre and the Integrated Simulation Centre. China's Maritime Safety Administration is the civilian maritime regulatory body ...

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