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Courtesy call by Director General of Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) Sea Power Centre

7 June 2018

MIMA, Kuala Lumpur

A delegation from the RMN Sea Power Centre (SPC) led by its Director General, Captain Fadhil Abdul Rahman RMN, accompanied by Commander Mohd Zulkarnain Mohd Rawi and Lieutenant Commander Megat Salman Megat Iskandar Paudzi paid a visit to MIMA. Initially known as the RMN Maritime Resource Center and History (PUSMAS) and prior to its rebranding,  the RMN SPC had its focus on four components namely maritime strategy, naval history, doctrine, and publication. Recognising the importance of research elements, the centre is one of RMN’s initiatives for supporting the strategic element in matters relating to security and defense.

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MIMA DG receiving a memento from Captain Fadhil Abdul Rahman

 

First Admiral Dato’ Chin Yoon Chin (R), DG of MIMA warmly welcomed Captain Fadhil and his team to MIMA. The discussion focused on positive ways for collaboration between agencies and a wide range of issues of common concern ranging from the Straits of Malacca, South China Sea, ocean governance, and maritime technology advancement.

Looking ahead, both parties recognized possible future exchanges to strengthen opportunities for cooperation and mutual benefit. 

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