Vietnamese, Cambodian naval forces review joint patrol

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(VOVWORLD) -Naval Region 5 of the Vietnamese Navy and Ream Naval Base of the Royal Cambodian Navy held the 33rd conference to review the activities within the recent joint patrol in the port city of Sihanoukville, the Southwestern province of Preah Sihanouk of Cambodia on Thursday.

Vietnamese, Cambodian naval forces review joint patrol - ảnh 1Rear Admiral Nguyen Huu Thoan (left) and Vice Admiral Mey Dina (right) co-chair the review session for the recent joint patrol in the port city of Sihanoukville. (Photo:

The conference was co-chaired by Rear Admiral Nguyen Huu Thoan, Political Commissar of the Naval Region 5 Command, and Vice Admiral Mey Dina, Commander of the Ream Naval Base.

At the event, delegates evaluated that during the 73rd and 74th joint patrols in the historical waters between Vietnam and Cambodia, the two sides well coordinated to effectively check and maintain security and order; train to maneuver in formations; conduct search and rescue operations, and practice flag signals, semaphore, and light signals as outlined by the international signal law.

The two sides pledged that they will enhance dissemination to raise awareness among both nations' fishermen of complying with maritime laws and regulations when exploiting marine resources, not infringing in foreign waters.

They agreed to maintain open communication channels to ensure prompt and harmonious coordination in handling maritime incidents in the spirit of cooperation and respect for international law, independence, and sovereignty.