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The Law of DPR Korea on Maritime search and Rescue is intended to contribute to protecting the human lives and properties by establishing a strict system and order in maritime search and rescue operations.
DPR Korea-This Law is enacted with a view to establishing a strict and sound system in the maritime administration to ensure safety of lives and ships at seas, rivers and lakes and prevent environmental pollution from ships.
Pakistan Maritime Security Agency was established on 1st January 1987 for enforcement of National and International laws, policies and conventions at sea( Law Of the Sea -1982). The PMSA Act was passed in 1994 by the Parliament. The organization...
WHEREAS it is expedient to constitute a maritime agency to provide a for the regulation of maritime activities and to safeguard the maritime interests of Pakistan and for mattes connected therewith or ancillary thereto