HONOLULU — The U.S. Navy says it will conduct a review of its maritime shipping laws as part of a new push to reduce shipping risks.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced Tuesday that he’s forming an interagency working group to review U.N. maritime shipping regulations.
Mabus said the working group will be comprised of representatives from the Department of Homeland Security, the Coast Guard, the State Department, and the Coast Guards International Command.
The group will conduct its review in conjunction with the U.K.’s Maritime Advisory Group, which has been working to strengthen maritime law enforcement capabilities in the U:port.
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