S. Korean navy keen to promote military exchange with Malaysia

LANGKAWI: The South Korean navy is  keen to promote military exchange with Malaysia as part of efforts to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries.

REGULAR EXHIBITOR: Korea’s ROKS Dokdo to participate at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2009 (LIMA 2009). — Bernama photo

REGULAR EXHIBITOR: Korea’s ROKS Dokdo to participate at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2009 (LIMA 2009). — Bernama photo

In a statement issued here yesterday, it said it wanted to uphold friendly relations with the Royal Malaysian Navy and other navies in the region.

“Through this international exhibition, the South Korean navy is expected to promote military exchange with Malaysia and establish strong friendship by actively taking part in the international fleet review and international maritime conference, the defence industry exhibition and ship visits,” it said.

The South Korean navy, which is a regular exhibitor at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA), has dispatched its ships five times to LIMA since 1991.

This year, Admiral Jung Ho Sub, chief of personnel at the South Korean navy headquarters, is heading the delegation. — Bernama

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