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We are hosting a delegation from the French Embassy at Station 3 Table Bay today. It is a beautiful day so we are taking them out to sea to discuss rescue, relations and cooperation. We also showed them the plans for our new long range search and rescue vessels, the first of which is being built in France. The Ambassador, H. E. Christophe Farnaud, NSRI Chairman Ronnie Stein, Operations Director Mark Hughes, The Consul General, M. Laurent Amar The Deputy Consul General, Gaelle Loir
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