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Japan Marine Police visit Vietnamese counterparts

Update: March, 01/2013 - 05:25

Rear Admiral Kiyoshi Saishoji (second right) meets with the Vietnamese Marine Police Zone 3 in Vung Tau City yesterday. — VNS Photo Manh Duong.

BA RIA - VUNG TAU (VNS) — A delegation from Japan Marine Police led by Rear Admiral Kiyoshi Saishoji visited Viet Nam Marine Police Zone 3 in southern coastal Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province yesterday.

During the visit, the two sides discussed patroling, law enforcement, combating pirates, and search and rescue missions.

They also exchanged ideas about maritime navigation safety.

Speaking at a meeting with Japanese guests, major general Nguyen Van Tuong, political commissar of the Viet Nam Marine Police force, spoke highly of the Japanese support for the Vietnamese Marine Police in the last several years.

Tuong said the two sides should enhance their traditional cooperative relations in the near future.

Rear Admiral Kiyoshi Saishoji said he would ask Japanese agencies to help the Viet Nam Marine Police force in training and provide them with more equipment in an aim to strengthen their law-enforcement capacity.

The visit to Viet Nam's Marine Police Force Zone 3 is part of the Japanese delegation's trip to Viet Nam from February 27 to March 1. — VNS

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