ISLAMABAD : Federal Minister for Defence, Engr. Khurram Dastgir Khan presented Joint Maritime Knowledge Group (JMIO) Invoice 2018, within the Nationwide Meeting on Wednesday.
The JMIO will act as a nerve centre for amassing, fusing, and disseminating knowledge associated with maritime area to all stakeholders. Since the idea that comes to a lot of stakeholders/businesses, that have ordinary command constructions and organizations, subsequently, a Invoice handed via Parliament is regarded as crucial to succeed in seamless integration of all of the organizations.
The Maritime Safety has assumed important significance in fresh world setting. Primary threats emanating at sea come with piracy, transnational felony actions, unlawful fishing, smuggling, human and drug trafficking, gun working, and so on. Those threats can think uneven proportions for the state. Early detection and well timed caution to more than a few businesses chargeable for maritime safety will permit coordinated, fast, and efficient reaction to rising scenarios. Majority of the maritime states have already restructured their maritime safety organizations below a equivalent idea.
Pakistan Army conceived Joint Maritime Knowledge Group (JMIO) idea in 2012 to determine a proper mechanism for efficient change of Maritime similar knowledge between all stakeholders. As a result, a Joint Maritime Knowledge Coordination Centre (JMICC) was once established below the auspices of Pakistan Army at PNS Qasim, Karachi on February 07, 2013.
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