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Indo-Pacific regional dialogue starts today with focus on maritime strategy | Latest News India

Panel discussions on sub-themes can be unfold over eight periods on three successive days, thereby offering ample scope for various views to be thought of.

Indo-Pacific Regional Dialogue (IPRD), the apex worldwide annual convention of the Indian Navy, is scheduled to be held as a three-day on-line occasion that commences today, i.e. on October 27, and lasts until Friday, October 29.

According to a press assertion by the ministry of defence, the dialogue has been held each year since 2018. This year’s IPRD will focus on eight particular sub-themes beneath the broad theme of “Evolution in Maritime Strategy during the 21st Century: Imperatives, Challenges, and, Way Ahead”.

Defence minister Rajnath Singh, minister of exterior affairs S Jaishankar, and petroleum minister Hardeep S Puri will handle the periods.

Panel discussions on these sub-themes can be unfold over eight periods on three successive days thereby offering ample scope for various views to be thought of.

The goal is to encourage a free move of concepts and views. The eight sub-themes are – Evolving Maritime Strategies inside the Indo-Pacific: Convergences, Divergences, Expectations and Apprehensions, Adaptive Strategies to Address the Impact of Climate Change upon Maritime Security, Port-led Regional Maritime Connectivity and Development Strategies, Cooperative Maritime Domain Awareness Strategies, Impact of the Increasing Recourse to Lawfare upon a Rules-based Indo-Pacific Maritime Order, Strategies to Promote Regional Public-Private Maritime Partnerships, Energy-Insecurity, and Mitigating Strategies, Strategies to Address the Manned-Unmanned Conundrum at Sea.

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