RMN moves to strengthen country’s maritime security


Ready for action: Hishammuddin (left) having a look at the LCS during its keel- laying ceremony at the Boustead Naval Shipyard in Lumut. — Bernama

LUMUT: The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) is set to consolidate all its naval units from 15 classes to five in an effort to strengthen the country’s maritime security.

Navy chief Datuk Seri Ahmad Kamaru­l­zaman Ahmad Badaruddin said this is part of the RMN’s transformation programme to stren­g­then its armada and also to be cost effective.

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