21st meeting of the Indian Ocean Memorandum of Undrestanding (IOMoU), with strong and effective presence of the Control and Inspection of Chabahar port, was held in the Australian city of Fermantle.
In an interview with the news portal of the Sistan and Baluchistan province directorate general of ports and maritime, Sayed Hasan Ebrahimi, the deputy director for marine affairs said that the representives of Ports and Maritime Organization(PMO) of the Islamic Republic of Iran took part, by presenting five specialized documents with a strong and decisive presence, in the 21st meeting of the Indian Ocean Memorandum of Undrestanding (IOMoU) on portal state control.
Ebrahimi added that the Islamic Republic of Iran as a member of IOMOU attended the summit with a two-member delegation and presented two successful documents from five documents tittled "Video Documentation of Inspection Reports Program" and the "Proposal for the exchange of the control and inspection officers among the member states". The documents which were presented by the expert from Chabahar port, drew the attention of the member states as well as the observers of the meeting.
He stated that the Indian Ocean Memorandum of Undrestanding was held from August 14 to 20 August in the city of Fermantle ,Australia and was attended by representives of countries including Australia, Bangladesh, France,India,Iran,kenya,Mauritius,Maldives,Qatar,South Africa and observers from Blach Sea Memorandum of Undrestanding as well as US coastal gaurd.
On the sidelines of the meeting, the Iranian delegation consisting of the head of control and inspection department and an officer responsible for control and inspection from the Sistan and Baluchistan province Directorate General of Ports and Maritime visited the West Australia office of maritime management reference.