Japan offers to train maritime security officials from Asean

China has rejected recent ruling which dismissed its claims in the South China Sea.  
Tan Hui Yee
Japan is offering to train some 1,000 maritime security officials from Asean, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said during the Asean-Japan summit yesterday.
According to Japanese officials interviewed by The Straits Times, the three-year initiative would cover mainly coast guards, but also include personnel who monitor sea traffic.
Concerns over maritime security have heightened due to ongoing territorial disputes over the South China Sea.
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Source: straitstimes.com

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