The event was attended by Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar, Vice President of India, representatives of diplomatic agencies, and participating naval delegations. Rear Admiral Pham Manh Hung, Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff of the Vietnam People’s Navy, and the Vietnamese delegation participated in the seminar.

An overview of the seminar

At the event, themed “Partners across Oceans: Collaboration, Synergy, Growth,” papers presented by speakers from twelve nations delved into critical areas such as economic growth, maritime security, capacity building, climate change mitigation, blue economy initiatives, and sustainable development of maritime infrastructure.

At the event, delegates also emphasized the enduring importance of international cooperation in addressing the challenges and opportunities facing the global maritime community. Through meaningful dialogue and partnership, participants strived to pave the way for a more secure, sustainable, and prosperous maritime realm.

The International Maritime Seminar, which was one of the most important events in MILAN 2024, proved to be a convergence of global maritime excellence. The seminar served as a platform for collaboration, synergy, and growth among nations across the oceans.

The delegation of the Vietnam People’s Navy joins the street parade in Visakhapatnam city.

Earlier, the delegation of the Vietnam People’s Navy participated in a street parade in Visakhapatnam city.

Also on the morning of February 23, representatives of participating navies discussed seafaring plan in preparation for the sea phase. 

Reported by Vu Hung (from Visakhapatnam, India)

Translated by Tran Hoai