Vladivostok hosts talks on training Indian sailors to work in polar waters
The training of Indian sailors to work in polar waters will be carried out by the training center at Admiral Nevelskoy Maritime State University. This announcement was made during the visit of a delegation from the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways of India on May 15.
"During the meeting we had constructive talks about the possibility of organizing basic and advanced training courses for Indian sailors to work in polar waters.
Both sides expressed their views on the issue, outlined ways to implement this exclusive international project for the training of foreign seafarers in Vladivostok to work in the crews of ships sailing the Northern Sea Route. The guests were given a tour of the Far Eastern Maritime Training Center and were shown its technical capabilities," says the press service of Maritime State University.
The Indian delegation included Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways (the delegation leader) Rajesh Sinha; Chairperson of the Chennai Port Authority Sunil Paliwal; Director of Cochin Shipyard Ltd. Sreejith K Narayanan; Marine Inspector of the Chief Directorate of Shipping Manish Kumar; the Second Secretary of the Economic Department of the Indian Embassy in Russia Navodit Verma; Consul General of India in Vladivostok Sai Murali Seviti.
Rector Denis Burov, Assistant Rector for scientific work Mikhail Kholosha, Director of the Center Sergey Zatepyakin, Deputy Director of the Center, Roman Romanov, Deputy Dean of the Shipbuilding Department Roman Gritskevich, and Dean of the Navigation Department Boris Vorobyov all participated in the negotiations on behalf of the university.