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Navigational warning no.53/2017

On Oct. 11th 2017 from 1000 till 1400 hours lt,International Navy running firing exercise. Forbiden sailing,anchorage, fishing and submarine activities sea areabounded by:

A . φ= 42° 11.0 N        λ= 018° 40.0 E

B.  φ= 42° 07.9 N        λ= 018° 45.3 E

C.  φ= 42° 04.3 N        λ= 018° 40.9 E

D.  φ= 42° 07,3 N        λ= 018° 35,4 E  stop 

All ships are requested to pay max attention and navigate with slow speed and stop the vessel at the request of military authorities stop

Navigational warning no. 04/2015

From  12th   till  16th  February  2015,  from  0800  till  1600  local  time  hydrographic  vessels ,,BARKASA,,  and  ,,HIDRA,,  running  hydrographic  survey  in  the  cove  of  Trašte. All  ships  are  requested  to  pay  maximum  attention  and  navigate  with  reduced  speed  at   distance  of  a  least  500  meters.

European Commission approved Montenegro application to CleanSeaNet service

Maritime Safety Department (MSD) of Montenegro received a letter from EC DG MOVE regarding approval of Montenegro to participate in the CleanSeaNet (CSN) Service. Next step will be defining technical and operational conditions and signature of CSN conditions of use with European Maritime Safety Agency - EMSA.

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IMSO have finished the 2011 Audit of the Montenegro LRIT Data Centre

IMSO (International Mobile Satellite Organization)  have finished the 2011 Audit of the Montenegro LRIT Data Centre and they have not issued any observation or non-conformity notes.

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Distribution of LRIT data from Montenegro LRIT Data Centre to NATO and EU NAVFOR

The IMO has set up a distribution facility for the provision of Flag State LRIT information to NATO and security forces operating in the Gulf of Aden and the Western Indian Ocean (MSC 298(87), to help their efforts in the repression of piracy and armed robbery against ships.

 

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Maritime safety and security training in Malta

The course “Operational maritime law” was organized by the Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) and held from 10 to 21 May, 2010. The course was held in the Maritime Safety and Security Training Centre (MSSTC), specially created to satisfy the AMF needs. Participant from the Maritime Safety Department in the course was Nexhat Kapidani. Read more...
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