DEVELOPMENT OF NAVAL COOPERATION AND GUIDANCE FOR SHIPPING, MARITIME SECURITY CONCEPT IN REAL LIFE
Anahtar Kelimeler:Strategy of Maritime Management, NATO, Maritime Transportation, NCAGS, Piracy.
Freedom is the main principle of life. In this respect, the free and safe navigation in the maritime transportation sector with the ships, which are the fundamental component of marine life, is unavoidable. In recent years, experienced maritime terrorism and piracy events have harmed maritime transportation and shipping. Result of these situations, all the countries decided that each country needed the advice and support for maritime transportation in the risky areas and the harbors. The concept name is Naval Cooperation, and Guidance for Shipping was born in 2003 by NATO. The main principle of this organisation is being a good support source for the maritime transportation and the ships and being a center responsible for liaison with the maritime community, which consists of ship and company owners, agencies, and national and international authorities. This study tries to explain these operations' development and shows to current maritime security working flow for maritime transportation and the strategy of maritime transportation management.
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