Cdr Ang (R ) as one of the speakers at the Eastern Indian Ocean Maritime Security Workshop hosted by ANCORS, Australia

Cdr Ang Chin Hup (R ) is presenting his topic

Cdr Ang Chin Hup (R), a Senior Researcher at the Director of Research (DOR) Office, spoke at the Eastern Indian Ocean Maritime Security Workshop hosted by Australia National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS) of the University of Wollongong Australia.

The workshop was virtually held from 16 to 17 March 2022 under the UK- Australia Maritime Partnership in the Indo-Pacific. Prof Stuart Kaye, the Director of ANCORS and Dr Alexander Bristow of British High Commission Canberra delivered the Opening Remarks. Prof Rob McLaughlin and Dr Chris Rahman of ABCORS and maritime officials from the Indian Ocean and ASEAN countries were among the speakers.

In his session, Cdr Ang Chin Hup (R) discussed traditional and non-traditional maritime security and economic prosperity issues affecting the Indo-Pacific. Cdr Ang mentioned the national perspective of balancing economic prosperity and maritime security in the region. He also highlighted the post-pandemic recovery, the Blue Economy and advancing free trade as the prospects for the Indo-Pacific.

The panelist of the talk

The event was attended by participants from Australia, India, Bangladesh, Maldives, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Malaysia who were involved in the maritime security sector. MIMA would like to express its appreciation to ANCORS of Australia for the invitation to talk and look forward to future collaboration. 

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