US Coast Guard Tracks Suspected Russian ‘Intelligence Gathering’ Vessel Near Hawaii

The United States Coast Guard tracks for weeks a russian ship off the coast of the islands hawaiiwhich is believed to be a ship of Information gathering.

“In recent weeks, the United States Coast Guard has continued to monitor a Russian vessel, believed to be a intelligence gathering shipoff the coast of the Hawaiian Islands,” the US Coast Guard Hawaiian-Pacific District 14 published in a statement Wednesday.

The Coast Guard specified that it continues to “coordinate with its partners in the Defense Departmentproviding updated information on the movements and activities of foreign vessels and responding appropriately to the presence with presence to promote international maritime standards”.

Commander dave milneforeign affairs chief, said that “the US Coast Guard is currently monitoring the Russian ship operating in the vicinity of Hawaii”. “As part of our daily operations, we track all vessels in the Pacific area through surface and air assets and joint agency capabilities,” he added.

The Coast Guard is the lead federal agency for high seas enforcement of the United States’ fishing laws.

According to the statement, the coast guard acts in accordance with the international laws of the sea to ensure that all nations can do the same without fear or opposition. “This is especially critical to ensure freedom of movement and navigation throughout the Blue Pacific,” the letter states.

As part of the Department of Homeland Security, the Coast Guard is the lead federal agency for high seas enforcement of fishing laws from United States. In addition, it assists in the enforcement of laws on the high seas subject to the jurisdiction of the exclusive economic zone of the United States.

Law and treaty enforcement accounts for approximately 1/3 of the Coast Guard’s annual budget.

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