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NAMRIA in Action: NAMRIA showcases exhibit on maritime endeavors
Maritime Affairs | Ens Jomar R Manaois | 13 November 2023 | Print
As part of its celebration of 2023 Maritime and Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month, NAMRIA conducted a NAMRIA in Action maritime exhibit event. The event was held in different locations on 11-29 September 2023. The exhibit materials were mainly NAMRIA maritime products and services, audio-visual presentations, and various charts. They were on display at each of the following sites: in the DENR main office in Quezon City on 11-15 September 2023, the Senate Hall in Pasay City on 18-22 September 2023, and the NAMRIA main lobby in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City on 25-29 September 2023.
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NAMRIA in Action exhibit in DENR
There was an exhibit at the Senate of the Philippines, which featured the different functions of NAMRIA, and other government agencies in the maritime sector in partnership with the Office of Senator Jinggoy Estrada. The ribbon-cutting ceremony, which officially launched the exhibit, was led by Senators Jinggoy Estrada, Ramon Revilla Jr., and Robin Padilla, together with NAMRIA Administrator, Usec. Peter N. Tiangco, PhD.
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Ribbon cutting at the Senate exhibit with, from left to right, Senator Estrada, NAMRIA Administrator Tiangco, Senator Revilla, and Senator Padilla
After the ribbon-cutting ceremony, NAMRIA Administrator Tiangco presented charts and maps to the senators in attendance at the exhibit. He specifically highlighted the NAMRIA centennial calendar. The calendar features, as its centerpiece, the famous Carta Hydrographica y Chorographica de las Yslas Filipinas Manila, 1734, otherwise known as the 1734 Murillo-Velarde Map.
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NAMRIA Administrator Tiangco describes the NAMRIA centennial calendar to Senator Estrada and Senator Villanueva (at center)
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NAMRIA in Action exhibit in the Senate Hall
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NAMRIA in Action exhibit in the agency

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