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The Sixth Seminar for PSCOs on Port State Control in the Indian Ocean MOU region will be held from 10 to 14 September, 2018 at Yangon. This Seminar is jointly organized by the Department of Marine Administration, Ministry of Transport and Communications, the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and the Indian Ocean MOU on port State control.

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Notice 1/2018

ကြေညာချက် (၁ ̸ ၂၀၁၈)

CoC နှင့် CoP All-in-One စာအုပ်များအား လက်ရှိတွင် (၁) ပတ်ချိန်းဆို ထုတ်ပေးခဲ့သော်လည်း နှစ်သစ်ကူး ရုံးပိတ်ရက်များ အတွင်း ကြန့်ကြာမှုများ မဖြစ်ပေါ်စေရေးအတွက် အောက်ပါရက်များအတိုင်း ထုတ်ပေးမည် ဖြစ် ပါကြောင်း အသိပေး ကြေညာအပ်ပါသည်။

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MoU on Telemedical Maritime Advice Services

TMAS (Telemedical Maritime Advice Services) is one of the coastal State’s obligations that is required by: –
(1) SOLAS and SAR Conventions for “Search and Rescue Service”
(2) National SAR Plan
(3) MLC, 2006 – Regulation 4.1 – Medical care on board ship and ashore:
“Each Member shall ensure that seafarers on board ships in its territory who are in need of immediate medical care are given access to the Member’s medical facilities on shore.”

DMA,  3 April 2018


IMO Member State Audit Scheme 26-2-2018 to 5-3-2018

The audit of Myanmar was undertaken from 24/2/2018 to 5/3/2018, by three auditors drawn from Cyprus, India and United States. The scope of the audit included the flag, coastal and port State obligations of Myanmar in relation to the applicable IMO instruments to which it is a Party.


The opening meeting was held at Yangon, Myanmar, on 26/2/2018. Those entities of the State that are involved in the implementation and enforcement of the provisions of the various mandatory IMO instruments and which were represented at the meeting were:


The closing meeting was held on 5/3/2018 at Yangon, Myanmar.

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Members of the Audit Team

1.       Georgios Demetriades (Team leader)

2.       Aji Vasudevan (Team member)

3.       George Leeford Boone (Team member)

Involved Officials from the Member State

1.       Mr. Maung Maung Oo (Director General)

2.       Mr. Thaung Kyaing (Deputy Director General)

3.       Mr. Zaw Myint Thein (Adviser)

4.       Mr. Thaw Ka (Adviser)

5.       Mr. Ye Myint (Director)

6.       Mr. Soe Naing I (Director)

7.       Mr. Htay Lwin Oo (Director)

8.       Mr. Ko Ko Naing (Director)

9.       Mr. Aung Moe (Director)

10.     Mr. Thant Zin Oo (Deputy Director)

11.     Mr. Aung Kyaw Zan (Deputy Director)

12.     Mr. Htay Aung (Assistant Director)

13.     Dr. Theint Nandar Htet (Assistant Director)

14.     Dr. Thiha Thwin (Assistant Director)

15.     Dr. Swe Swe Aung (Deputy Director General)

16.     Ms. Khin Cho Cho Shein (Director)

17.     Mr. Han Win Aung (Assistant Director)

18.     Mr. Aung Aung Lay (Deputy Director)

19.     Mr. Thet Htay (Director  Retd)

20.     Mr. Maw Tun (IMO Retd)

21.     Ms. Kyi Kyi Zaw (Assistant Director)

22.     Lt.SG Soe Nyunt Thaw (Deputy Head)

23.     Mr. Zaw Htut Aung (Chief Instructor)

24.     Lt. Cdr Han Tun Aung (MRCC O/C)

25.     Ms. Khin Aye Myint (Executive Engineer)

26.     Mr. Aung Htike (Assistant Director)

27.     Ms. Than Than Win (Assistant Director)

28.     Mr. Aung Thein Win (Manager)

29.     Mr. Win Ko Ko (Chief Engineer -Mech)

30.     Mr. Aye Lwin (Inspector of Light house)

31.     Mr. Wai Zun Aung (Chief Surveyors)

32.     Mr. Aung Thet Naing (Translator)

33.     Ms. Hnin Ei Wai (Translator)

Representative Office of Panama Maritime Authority opens soon in Myanmar

HE Thant Sin Maung, Union Minister for Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC) and U Maung Maung Oo, Director General for the Department of Marine Administration (DMA) received a courtesy call on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, the current non resident ambassador accredited by the Government of Panama as an official authority representing in Myanmar who also serves as consul general of the Republic of Panama HE Servio S. Samudio B. With the ambassador was attending by the Panamanian authorities Engineer Adrian Quiros, Maritime counselor.


In this meeting both official representatives agreed to work together on the unification of criteria and adaptation of strategies to follow up so that this collaboration is more successful, ensuring that the maritime industry of both countries is supported through an official representative office in the city of Yangon, Myanmar, in the coming weeks.


The representative office of the Panamanian Government will monitor, guarantee and issue all official documents for certificates of recognition that correspond to the Panama Maritime Authority in order for minimizing risk of fraud.