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Portuguese Navy Ship visits Western Naval Command

By TVC News Nigeria
07 May 2021   |   2:08 pm
The Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Western Naval Command, Rear Admiral Jason Gbassa, has described the visit of the Portugal Naval Ship (PNS) SETUBAL as aimed at increasing maritime security in the region.

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