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maritime

1. of or relating to navigation, shipping, etc.; seafaring
2. of, relating to, near, or living near the sea
3. (of a climate) having small temperature differences between summer and winter; equable
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Amer Ali, Executive Director, DMCA, said: "The UAE Maritime Week is once again reaffirming Dubai's position as a preferred global destination for leading maritime events, providing a strategic platform to enhance the convergence, communication and interaction between maritime industry leaders, strengthen bridges of knowledge transfer, and share international best practices that will advance the maritime industry to a new level of growth and sustainability."
Additionally, the attendees will explore the prospects of maritime trade growth through a series of high-level seminars that facilitate exchanging the best international practices and most successful experiences, including Dubai's transition to a major maritime portal for global trade, it added.
Amer Ali, the executive director at DMCA, said, "The UAE Maritime Week is once again re-affirming Dubai's position as a preferred global destination for leading maritime events, providing a strategic platform to enhance the convergence, communication and interaction between maritime industry leaders, strengthen bridges of knowledge transfer, and share international best practices that will advance the maritime industry to a new level of growth and sustainability."
As maritime component of Operation Enduring Freedom, the US launched 'Coalition Maritime Campaign Plan (CMCP)' under Combined Task Force (CTF)-150.
The draft law, which is still under review by the Federal Transport Authority-Land and Maritime, is an amendment to Law No.26 of 1981.
Al Nuaimi told reporters in Abu Dhabi on Sunday the new bill, scheduled to be submitted to the Cabinet for approval by the end of this year, is consistent with the aspirations of the UAE leaders to support maritime investment.
"Strategic maneuvering" of the great powers, as claimed by the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies in its report 'Maritime Future of the Indian Ocean (2010)', coupled with rising maritime crimes, as reported by UNODC, in the Indian Ocean makes it the geostrategic centre of gravity.
Though maritime security has always remained relevant, it gained pre-eminence in the post-9/11 milieu as violent non-state actors relied, significantly, at sea for transportation of men and material to pursue their terror objectives
Vastness of maritime space juxtaposed maritime challenges which could be called a maritime complexity it is almost impossible for a single state to handle this complexity on its own.
The World Maritime University sent 13 students from Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Liberia, Argentina, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, India, and Fiji to the Philippine Coast Guard for a field study program Monday.
Maritime security exercise is one of the planned exercises in the training program of the Centre for this year.

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