Maritime Security workshop commences

It is a national-level forum organised under Pak Navy, focusing on the theme 'Secure Seas, Prosperous Pakistan'

New Desk December 08, 2022


The fifth edition of the Maritime Security Workshop (MARSEW-5) commenced at Pakistan Navy War College Lahore on Wednesday. Commandant Pakistan Navy War College Rear Admiral Javed Iqbal inaugurated the ceremony.

The Maritime Security Workshop is a national level forum organised under auspices of Pakistan Navy, focusing on the theme 'Secure Seas, Prosperous Pakistan'. The workshop aims to generate an understanding of the dynamics of maritime security, awareness of the blue economy and exploring the untapped maritime potential of Pakistan.

The workshop brings together senators, parliamentarians, policy makers, bureaucrats, academia, entrepreneurs and media personalities for diverse and candid discussions regarding cohesive policy approaches towards Maritime Security.

The workshop will be held from December 7-15, involving on-campus activities and visits to Pakistan Navy installations in Karachi and Naval Headquarters Islamabad.

During the welcome address, commandant Pakistan Navy War College welcomed the participants and highlighted the workshop activities, including familiarisation of the maritime potential of Pakistan in the context of policy formulation.

MARSEW has been held annually at Pakistan Navy War College since 2017.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 8th, 2022.


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