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Indian Coast Guard delegation attends World Border Security Congress in Istanbul
Photo Courtesy: Indian Coast Guard X page

Indian Coast Guard delegation attends World Border Security Congress in Istanbul

| @indiablooms | 27 Apr 2024, 05:30 pm

A two-member Indian Coast Guard delegation led by Additional Director General S Paramesh participated in the World Border Security Congress 2024 in Turkiye's city of Istanbul.

The event was held between April 24-26.

"Two member @IndiaCoastGuard delegation led by Additional Director General S Paramesh, PTM, TM participated in World Border Security Congress -2024 being conducted from 24-26 Apr 24 at #Istanbul #Turkiye," read a post on X by Indian Coast Guard.

"#ADGICG presented a maritime perspective to the Congress on "Maritime Border Challenges" and discussed potential solutions," the X post said.

"The event highlights the meeting of Coast Guards and Border Agencies across the globe aimed at fostering cooperation and addressing Maritime contemporary issues," the post said.

There are historical connections between India and Türkiye. Diplomatic relations were established and Ambassadors exchanged in 1948.

There are currently around 3000 estimated Indian nationals in Türkiye. Out of these, around 1850 are in Istanbul and adjoining provinces, around 250 in Ankara and remaining spread out across other provinces.

They are mainly working in commercial organizations, banks and computer firms, universities etc.

There are currently around 200 Indian students in Türkiye.

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