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Thailand celebrated World Maritime Day 2022 in parelle with IMO under the topic "IMO 2022 New Technologies, Greener Ship...
27/09/2022

Thailand celebrated World Maritime Day 2022 in parelle with IMO under the topic "IMO 2022 New Technologies, Greener Shipping", encouraging all to think about innovation in maritime transport and innovative technologies for our environmentally sound ocean.

We reaffirm our commitment to make substantial contributions to the work of the IMO to further strengthen the global maritime community to ensure safe and secure shipping in clean oceans and enhance sustainable maritime connectivity with innovation.

More information in Thai:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koKbXxX2gB8&t=57s

On 12 September 2022, H.E. Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport of Thailand, met with H.E. Mr. Kitack Lim, Secre...
27/09/2022

On 12 September 2022, H.E. Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport of Thailand, met with H.E. Mr. Kitack Lim, Secretary General of IMO (International Maritime Organisation) at the Ministry of Transport in Bangkok.

The Minister of Transport welcomed the Secretary General of IMO and expressed his appreciation for the contribution made by IMO through various technical assistance programmes. He also reiterated a close tie between Thailand and IMO since 1973, the year Thailand became a member of IMO.

The Secretary-General of IMO also emphasised the important role of Thailand as a leading maritime country in the ASEAN region and foresees its potential to lead and bring many countries to significant development in the maritime sector for days to come.

Moreover, the Minister of Transport proposed to the Secretary General of IMO to have a remarkable event next year (2023) on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of relations between Thailand and IMO and to seek further close cooperation afterward.

Thailand organised the annual meeting, driving the national maritime overall strategy toward maritime sustainability and...
02/09/2022

Thailand organised the annual meeting, driving the national maritime overall strategy toward maritime sustainability and fullfil international obligations.

On August 30, 2022, Mr. Phuripat Theerakulpisut, Deputy Director General of the Marine Department, Ministry of Transport chaired the Sub-Committee on Fomulating and Steering of Thailand's maritime overall strategy, which was held at the headquarters of Marine Department. Over 70 distinguished representatives attending the meeting were from various government agencies that have been getting involved in the maritime affairs of Thailand.

The meeting considered the progress of action plans for the maritime overall strategy, which has been officially adopted by the national committee as appointed by the Thai cabinet. The meeting also made a decision on a variety of topics such as the progress of interagency cooperation, preparation for the International Maritime Organisation Member State Audit Scheme (IMSAS), and evaluation results of Thailand's performance as Flag State, Port State, and Coastal State.

For more information, please contact the secretariat team.

Mr. Theeratch A.
Email: [email protected]

We are waiting your proposals. Let's be Thailand's team.
12/07/2022

We are waiting your proposals. Let's be Thailand's team.

ขอเชิญชวนร่วมประกวดออกแบบตราสัญลักษณ์ (Logo) สำหรับการรณรงค์หาเสียงเลือกตั้งเป็นสมาชิกคณะมนตรีขององค์การทางทะเลระหว่างประเทศ (IMO) ของประเทศไทย วาระปี ค.ศ. 2024-2025 ส่งผลงานเข้าร่วมประกวดได้ที่ [email protected] ตั้งแต่วันนี้ จนถึงวันที่ 31 กรกฎาคม 2565 สำหรับรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติม https://motdrive.mot.go.th/index.php/s/v3SzYxO4ehtX4j0#pdfviewer

Ministry of Transport is inviting all Thai citizens to participate in a logo design competition in the theme of Thailand for IMO council election 2024-2025. The winner will be awarded with a grant of money and certificate. The proposal can be submitted directly through [email protected] from now to 31 July 2022.

For more detail, please visit https://motdrive.mot.go.th/index.php/s/v3SzYxO4ehtX4j0#pdfviewer

Thailand developed its close ties with China, successfully arranging an international meeting on the theme of ferry safe...
08/07/2022

Thailand developed its close ties with China, successfully arranging an international meeting on the theme of ferry safety under the ASEAN Regional Forum.

On July 6 and 7, 2022, the Marine Department, Ministry of Transport, Thailand, together with the China Maritime Safety Administration, organised the 4th ASEAN Regional Forum Workshop on Ferry Safety, using Zoom as a conference platform. The workshop was attended by approximately 120 representatives, consisting of government officials from ASEAN countries and dialogue partners, observers, and representatives from international organisations, academia, and private sectors.

Mr. Somchai Sumanuskajonkul, Deputy Director General, Marine Department, delivered the opening and closing remarks as a co-host, together with Mr. Yang Sinzhai, Deputy Director General of China Maritime Safety Administration: China MSA; Mr. Weimin Ren, Director of Transport Division of UN ESCAP; and Mr. Sitki, representative from the International Maritime Organisation (IMO)

The workshop placed an emphasis on cooperation in enhancing ferry safety among ASEAN countries and its dialogues. At the meeting, participants shared their knowledge and experiences, and there was a discussion about starting a network and taking steps to make ferries safer all across the region.

ขอเชิญชวนร่วมประกวดออกแบบตราสัญลักษณ์ (Logo) สำหรับการรณรงค์หาเสียงเลือกตั้งเป็นสมาชิกคณะมนตรีขององค์การทางทะเลระหว่างปร...
06/07/2022

ขอเชิญชวนร่วมประกวดออกแบบตราสัญลักษณ์ (Logo) สำหรับการรณรงค์หาเสียงเลือกตั้งเป็นสมาชิกคณะมนตรีขององค์การทางทะเลระหว่างประเทศ (IMO) ของประเทศไทย วาระปี ค.ศ. 2024-2025 ส่งผลงานเข้าร่วมประกวดได้ที่ [email protected] ตั้งแต่วันนี้ จนถึงวันที่ 31 กรกฎาคม 2565 สำหรับรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติม https://motdrive.mot.go.th/index.php/s/v3SzYxO4ehtX4j0#pdfviewer

Ministry of Transport is inviting all Thai citizens to participate in a logo design competition in the theme of Thailand for IMO council election 2024-2025. The winner will be awarded with a grant of money and certificate. The proposal can be submitted directly through [email protected] from now to 31 July 2022.

For more detail, please visit https://motdrive.mot.go.th/index.php/s/v3SzYxO4ehtX4j0#pdfviewer

Thailand joins the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the global maritime community in recognising the import...
28/06/2022

Thailand joins the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the global maritime community in recognising the importance of seafarers in driving the growth of the national economy and the global supply chain, especially in the midst of the global pandemic.

The Marine Department hosted the Day of Seafarers Event on June 24, 2025 at the Merchant Marine Training Centre with the theme of Your Voyage – Then and Now, Share Your Journey. The event showcased the success stories of seafarers, praising them as key workers. The event also hosted a seminar, sharing experiences by guests from different perspectives.

Message from the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment (Mr. Varawut Silpa-archa) on the World Oceans Day 2022, 8...
08/06/2022

Message from the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment (Mr. Varawut Silpa-archa) on the World Oceans Day 2022, 8 June 2022.

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Thailand is committed to join forces to project, maintain, and restore the health of the seas and oceans to return to sustain abundance and ecological services to support sustainable development in the future.

Revitalization : Collective Action for the Ocean
08/06/2022

Revitalization : Collective Action for the Ocean

Thailand, in cooperation with the ASEAN secretariat, successfully arranged an inception workshop on the Practical Study ...
25/05/2022

Thailand, in cooperation with the ASEAN secretariat, successfully arranged an inception workshop on the Practical Study in Enhancing Container Processing Procedures in a Number of ASEAN Member States, which reflected the result of Thailand’s initiatives at the 40th ASEAN Maritime Transport Working Group Meeting.

Mr. Somchai Sumanuskajonkul, Deputy Director General, Marine Department, virtually chaired the inception workshop on May 25, 2022.

The workshop allowed the consultants to present in detail the scope and timeframe of the study program on container shortages and to seek the opinions of ASEAN Member States on the approaches to implementing the study program in the early stages. The discussion on important issues concerning container shortages and trade facilitation was also conducted in order to formulate the policy recommendations for further implementation.

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Thailand is determined to continuously develop the strategy in order to raise the standards of maritime safety, preserve marine environments, and enhance the effectiveness of the country for our global maritime community.

Thailand stresses its utmost support for women empowerment and representation in the international maritime sector throu...
18/05/2022

Thailand stresses its utmost support for women empowerment and representation in the international maritime sector through the establishment of career development opportunities and capacity building activities for women.

Women empowerment will continue to be at the forefront of Thailand’s gender equality agenda.

Thailand successfully rolled out the project "Upcycling the Oceans" for reducing plastic wastes in ocean.The ‘Upcycling ...
06/05/2022

Thailand successfully rolled out the project "Upcycling the Oceans" for reducing plastic wastes in ocean.

The ‘Upcycling the Oceans, Thailand: UTO’ project was initiated by 5 leading organisations, namely PTT Global Chemical Company Limited (GC), Marine Department, Port Authority of Thailand, KhonKaen Fishing Net Factory Co.,Ltd. and the ECOALF Foundation.

The project aims at reducing wastes in maritime sectors, collecting and processing plastic wastes into creative and environmental friendly valuable products, which will subsequently raise the awareness and the accountability in using the ocean for the sustainability.

UTO is in line with the mission of the Thailand in promoting the Circular Economy and the efficient use of plastics, leading to reduce waste in the ocean and improve health condition of coastal areas.

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Thailand promotes its cooperation with the United Kingdom, putting forward cooperation on maritime security.Marine Depar...
31/03/2022

Thailand promotes its cooperation with the United Kingdom, putting forward cooperation on maritime security.

Marine Department of Thailand, in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport of the United Kingdom, successfully arranged two national workshops during 21-23 March 2022 and 28-30 March 2022 respectively at Siracha, Chonburi Province.

The workshops provided great procedures on passenger screening, equipment use and testing in order to ensure that the implementation of our couuntry fully complies with the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code under SOLAS.

Thailand re-elected to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council for 2022-2023 for the 9th consecutive term....
11/12/2021

Thailand re-elected to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council for 2022-2023 for the 9th consecutive term.

Rest assured that Thailand will fulfill our pledges and work for the betterment of Global Maritime Community.




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On 6 December 2021, H.E. Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport virtually delivered the General Statement during t...
07/12/2021
General Statement by H.E. Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport

On 6 December 2021, H.E. Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport virtually delivered the General Statement during the 32nd Session of International Maritime Organization (IMO) Assembly held at the IMO headquarters London, United Kingdom. The Statement reflects the key achievements and strong determination of Thailand in pursuing the work of IMO, particularly in areas of seafarers’ well beings in the midst of the pandemic, environmental protection, climate change and technical cooperation. Thailand, as an IMO council member, looks forward to working with all member states to elevate the safety, security, and sustainability in the global maritime community in a way that leaves no one behind.

The 32nd Session of IMO Assembly is being held during 6-15 December 2021.

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Thailand's candidature for Re-election to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council for term 2022 - 2023




https://youtu.be/JdZUxblZQfs

General Statement delivered by H.E. Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport, Thailand, in an occassion of the 32nd Session of International Maritime Org...

Thailand stresses its utmost support for women empowerment in all maritime sectors through the establishment of career d...
06/12/2021

Thailand stresses its utmost support for women empowerment in all maritime sectors through the establishment of career development opportunities and capacity building activities for women which could pave the way for sustainability of female representation in the International maritime community.

Please follow the link for the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDIFTdwoAs8


Thailand stresses its utmost support for women empowerment in all maritime sectors through the establishment of career d...
06/12/2021
Thailand and women empowerment in maritime sector

Thailand stresses its utmost support for women empowerment in all maritime sectors through the establishment of career development opportunities and capacity building activities for women which could pave the way for sustainability of female representation in the International maritime community.

Please follow the link for the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDIFTdwoAs8


Thailand stresses its utmost support for women empowerment in all maritime sectors through the establishment of career development opportunities and capacity...

Environmental protection is all about each and everyone of us. It takes an international solidarity to tackle this issue...
30/11/2021
Environmental Conservation for Global Maritime Sustainability | Interview with Alex Rendell

Environmental protection is all about each and everyone of us. It takes an international solidarity to tackle this issue in an effective and sustained manner.

We have the pleasure to have a talk with Khun Alex Rendell, a successful actor who became a very inspiring environmentalist. Apart from being a renowned icon, the UN Environmental Programmed recently appointed him as the first-ever UNEP Goodwill Ambassodor for Thailand.

Now let's hear it from Khun Alex on how we could tackle the environmental issues towards the maritime sustainability.






https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTkUqXW5rLQ

An exclusive interview with Khun Alex Rendell, a famous Thai Actor, Founder of the Environmental Education Centre (EEC) Thailand, and the first UNEP's Goodwi...

Thailand has been a long-standing member of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and continues to actively adva...
23/11/2021
Thailand and the Work of International Maritime Organization

Thailand has been a long-standing member of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and continues to actively advance cooperation and collaboration with the organization and its member states on the principles of constructive dialogues and sovereign equality.

We are committed to enhancing global partnership between members of all regions and support the diversity of ideas within the IMO in order to strengthen the international maritime policies for the betterment and sustainability of the future generation.

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Thailand's candidature for Re-election to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council for term 2022 - 2023

Thailand has been a long-standing member of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and continues to actively advance cooperation and collaboration wit...

Thailand to support the capacity building.We have been continuously providing our support for the work of IMO especially...
19/11/2021
Thailand for IMO Council 2022-2023 NO.6-DR Graphic and Production Flip PDF | AnyFlip

Thailand to support the capacity building.

We have been continuously providing our support for the work of IMO especially in the area of technical cooperation through providing of fellowships, training equipment, learning materials, and speakers and consultants to participate in international projects, in order to enhance capabilities of Member States in implementing IMO instruments.

Thailand reiterates our commitment to promote global partnership for maritime sustainability.

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Thailand has been continuously focusing on the sustainable development and green growth of ports. To support Thailand’s ...
15/11/2021
Port Authority of Thailand’s going sustainable with green initiatives

Thailand has been continuously focusing on the sustainable development and green growth of ports. To support Thailand’s goal to reduce GHG emission by 20% - 25% by 2030, Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) has rolled out green port projects to operate port business in parallel to protect the environment as well as increase stakeholders' awareness in reducing environmental impact from port operations.

Find more details of green efforts and key environmental projects :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAPa9ZiUyec&feature=youtu.be






Thailand pushed ahead the shifting to electric vessels, in line with the global and regional’s aims to reduce emissions ...
09/11/2021
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Thailand pushed ahead the shifting to electric vessels, in line with the global and regional’s aims to reduce emissions and to address climate change. We are on our way to becoming electric vessel capital of the world.

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As transport sector generates the largest share of greenhouse gas emissions, Thailand puts thoughts on how it could stri...
02/11/2021

As transport sector generates the largest share of greenhouse gas emissions, Thailand puts thoughts on how it could strike a balance between growth in transport and economy while preserving our environment.

The Port Authority of Thailand, under the Ministry of Transport, has been consistently developing "Green Port" project which integrates several green initatives with a view to pave the way for sustainable and environmental-friendly maritime activities.






It wouldn't be an overstatement to say that climate change is one of the biggest sustainable development challenges the ...
01/11/2021
Thailand in tackling climate change

It wouldn't be an overstatement to say that climate change is one of the biggest sustainable development challenges the world faces.

Looking forward to COP26, Thailand has been consistently working to address climate change mitigation and adaptation. We have established several institutional arrangements to drive forward the implementation of the national policies on climate change to pursue our ambitious goal to reduce emission reductions at 20% - 25% by 2030. As transport is one of the largest contributors to GHG emission, series of green maritime projects have been rolled out to, not only pursue the target, but also to ensure the sustainble environment for the betterment of our next generations.

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference or COP26 is scheduled to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom from 31 October - 12 November 2021. At COP26, all parties will gethar to show international solidarity to accelerate their implementation towads the goals to limit global warming to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and pursue efforts to limit the temperature rise to 1.5°C.





Climate change has been recognised as one of the biggest sustainable development challenges the world faces. Thailand attaches great importance to GHG mitiga...

Thailand stresses the significance of the maritime industry and underlines the contribution of seafarers as reflected in...
29/10/2021
Thailand's World Maritime Day 2021

Thailand stresses the significance of the maritime industry and underlines the contribution of seafarers as reflected in this year's theme: Seafarers: at the core of shipping's future.

To commemorate this year's World Maritime Day, Thailand organised a very special event with a variety of activities in recognising the important role of seafarers while raising their visibility as essential workers who tirelessly work in keeping the world trade moving.

We are committed to facilitating and supporting the seafarers to ensure their well-being and the global flow of goods that the world depends on in a safe, secure and sustained manner.

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Thailand drives forward the development of the state's efficiency in implementing the IMO Conventions as ratified. On 27...
28/10/2021

Thailand drives forward the development of the state's efficiency in implementing the IMO Conventions as ratified.

On 27 October 2021, the Marine Department of Thailand (Mr. Phuripat Theerakulpisut, Deputy Director-General) virtually chaired the extraordinary session of the Sub-Committee for Formulation and Steering on Overall Maritime Strategy under the National Committee for Coordination with IMO that was established by the Government.

The Sub-committee approved the key performance indicators in order to ensure that the international obligations and responsibilities as flag, coastal, and port state are fully met, and enhance the effectiveness of our country through strong collaboration among government and private sectors.

Thailand is determined to continuously develop the strategy in order to elevate the standards of maritime safety, preserve marine environments, and enhance the effectiveness of the country for our global maritime community.

Thailand emphasises women empowerment at the forefront of gender equality agenda. We stress our utmost support for women...
26/10/2021

Thailand emphasises women empowerment at the forefront of gender equality agenda. We stress our utmost support for women empowerment and representation in the international maritime sector.

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Thailand thrives to faciliate the future of shipping as a regional hub and responsible maritime nation. We are shaping o...
15/10/2021

Thailand thrives to faciliate the future of shipping as a regional hub and responsible maritime nation. We are shaping our dynamic and innovative maritime sector, and furthering our contribution for global maritime community.

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The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has recently launched a new video on Domestic Ferry Safety during the 104t...
14/10/2021
Domestic Ferry Safety

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has recently launched a new video on Domestic Ferry Safety during the 104th Session of IMO's Maritime Safety Committee (MSC).

Domestic Ferry Safety plays a vital role in the movement of people and goods in many regions. It is, therefore, necessary to ensure the safety standards on domestic passenger ferries in order to create a safe and reliable ferry system.

The video has been made through collaboration between IMO and The Royal Thai Government.


Short animated video, focusing on the importance of safety standards on domestic passenger ferries and the development of model regulations. This video has b...

Thailand, as longstanding member of IMO, emphasizes on enhancing maritime related activities in achieving maritime susta...
07/10/2021
Thailand’s Candidature for re-election to the IMO Council 2022-2023

Thailand, as longstanding member of IMO, emphasizes on enhancing maritime related activities in achieving maritime sustainability which reflecting on its national policies and plans. We are also committed to working with all member states incontribution to the work of IMO for the benefits of the global maritime community.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV6Q6oBY9l4


Thailand, as longstanding member of IMO, emphasizes on enhancing maritime related activities in achieving maritime sustainability which reflecting on its nat...

Marine Department, Ministry of Transport of Thailand hosted the 41st ASEAN Maritime Transport Working Group (MTWG) to pu...
06/10/2021

Marine Department, Ministry of Transport of Thailand hosted the 41st ASEAN Maritime Transport Working Group (MTWG) to push forward the cooperation on maritime transport development towards the global partnership in the ASEAN Region.

The forum was virtually chaired by Mr. Somchai Sumanuskajonkul, Deputy Director General of the Marine Department through video conference on Monday 4th October 2021 and Ms. Kamolwan Kularbwong, Senior Specialist in Maritime Transport Economics assumed the head of Thailand’s delegation.
The participants of the meeting consist of ten ASEAN Member States, Dialogue Partners, namely, China, Republic of Korea, Japan and European Union, including relevant international organisations, namely, International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Federation of ASEAN Shipowners Association (FASA).

During the meeting, the participants actively discussed the progress of maritime transport activities and projects under the Kuala Lumpur Transport Strategic Plan (KLTSP 2016-2025) and the initiatives of Thailand, which Thailand has driven during 2 years’ interval from 2020 – 2021 such as the Development of the Guidelines on Smart Port and Container Shortage Problems during the COVID – 19 Pandemic. Thailand also took a leading role in reporting the outcome of the Recommendations of the intersessional discussion on COVID-19: Responses of ASEAN Member States to seafarers' access to crew change, repatriation, and national vaccination programmes, which Thailand hosted during May 2021.

At the end of the meeting, the ASEAN Member States discussed the ASEAN India Maritime Transport Agreement, including the further possibilities in maritime transport cooperation initiatives with the United States to strengthen our collaborations among our regions.

Thailand is committed to encourage both national and international partnerships on maritime cooperation development at all levels, leading towards the constructive role of Thailand to achieve the maritime sustainability for future.


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𝗣𝗨𝗧𝗥𝗔𝗝𝗔𝗬𝗔, 𝟭𝟮 𝗦𝗲𝗽𝘁𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 - Agensi Penguatkuasaan Maritim Malaysia (Maritim Malaysia) menerima lawatan sambal belajar oleh delegasi Thai Maritime Enforcement Command Centre (Thai MECC) ke ibu pejabat di Putrajaya dan juga Stesen Udara Maritim Subang, hari ini.

Delegasi seramai sepuluh orang itu diketuai oleh Vice Admiral Prawin Chittinan disambut mesra oleh Timbalan Ketua Pengarah Operasi Maritim Malaysia, Laksamana Muda Maritim Hamid Bin Hj Mohd Amin dan Pengarah Bahagian Carilamat dan Bantuan Bencana, Laksamana Pertama Maritim Aminuddin Bin Hj Abdul Rashid.

Sementara itu di Stesen Udara Maritim Subang (SUMS), delegasi disambut oleh Ketua Stesen, Kepten Maritim Syed Islam bin Shahajam.

Objektif lawatan ini adalah bagi menimba pengalaman, bertukar-tukar fikiran dan menjalinkan hubungan lebih akrab dalam bidang penguatkuasaan di laut demi keselamatan perairan kedua-dua negara berjiran.

Selain itu juga, ini berjaya membuktikan bahawa kerjasama yang erat di antara kedua-dua agensi yang akan terus dikekalkan.

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