EU continues review of Philippine schools

On Tuesday morning, the two inspectors sent by th EU resumed their review of the Philippine maritime schools. Current estimates indicate that approximately half the schools will be shut down.

MANILA: On Tuesday morning, the two EU inspectors began what everyone seems to wish will be the last, long series of meetings between the Philippine maritime authorities and the EMSA, the EU's special unit for maritime safety.

The meeting's agenda has been set in stone for a long time. That is, to find a way for the authorities to ensure a credible educational system for the thousands of mariners, and to find a way for the numerous schools to deliver proper training and exams.

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