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Indonesia becomes member of general Maritime Pilots Association

Medan, N.Sumatra (ANTARA News) – The Indonesian Maritime Pilots Association (INAMPA) has been inaugurated to turn a member of a International Maritime Pilots Association (IMPA).

“This is a matter of honour for Indonesia, since INAMPA has never been a member of IMPA,” INAMPAs President Pasoroan Herman Harianja pronounced here, Friday.

Currently, a Indonesian nautical pilots existence, purpose and ability are homogeneous to their other counterparts around a world.

“INAMPA also has played a poignant purpose in ancillary a Indonesian government, as a universe nautical axis,” Herman said.

He combined INAMPA successfully orderly a Asia Pacific Maritime Pilots meeting, that took place in Bali from Aug 28-30, 2017, and was attended by some-more than 200 participants from several countries.

Some of these countries were South Korea, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Canada and a host, Indonesia.

“The Asia Pacific Maritime Pilots Forum aims to harmonize a perceptions of nautical safety, and a derivatives in a region, as good as settle team-work in several sectors to comprehend safe, secure and good systematic nautical areas for a ships that go in and out of seaports and other critical waters,” he stated.

Herman combined that representatives were confident with a Asia Pacific Maritime Pilots Forum, both in terms of a calm discussed, outputs, a determined networking and a Indonesian hospitality, as a host.

In fact, a President of IMPA, Capt. Simon Pelletier from Canada, saluted a INAMPA, that invited participants from a Asia Pacific countries.

“The assembly also demonstrated Indonesias purpose as a good country,” he added.(*)

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