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U.S. Coast Guard, Russia exchange information, sign document (video)

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USCG PR : USCG D17 and Russian NBD working level meeting, treaty signing JUNEAU, Alaska - Coast Guard District 17 and Russian Northeast Border Directorate personnel conduct working level meetings and sign a document of understanding at the Juneau Federal Building April 4, 2012. The two nations met throughout the week to discuss on-going cooperative efforts and to discuss future engagement with information sharing. U.S. Coast Guard video by D17 External Affairs.


JUNEAU, Alaska — Coast Guard District 17 and Russian Northeast Border Directorate personnel conduct working level meetings and sign a document of understanding at the Juneau Federal Building April 4, 2012.
The two nations met throughout the week to discuss ongoing cooperative efforts and to discuss future engagement with information sharing.
U.S. Coast Guard video by D17 External Affairs.
JUNEAU, Alaska — Russian Lt. Gen. Rafael Daerbaev, chief of the Northeast Border Guard of the Coast Guard of the Russian Federal Security Service, and Coast Guard District 17 Commander Rear Adm. Thomas Ostebo sign a document of understanding at the Juneau Federal Building April 4, 2012.
Coast Guard and the Russian NBD personnel met this week to discuss ongoing and future shared efforts between the two nations.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Charly Hengen.
JUNEAU, Alaska — Coast Guard Rear Adm. Thomas Ostebo, District 17 commander, and Russian Lt. Gen. Rafael Daerbaev, chief of the Northeast Border Guard of the Coast Guard of the Russian Federal Security Service, finalize a signed treaty of understanding at the Juneau Federal Building April 4, 2012.
Working level meetings have been conducted since 1995 between the two nations alternating between Alaska and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Charly Hengen.
For more information, contact Coast Guard District 17 External Affairs at 907-463-2065.

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