May 22nd the second meeting for 2019 of the Coast Guard Consultatation body took place in the official residence of West-Flanders governor Decaluwé. The consultation body brings together representatives of all coast guard partners. These representatives can be engineers, scientists, legal or nautical experts or operational personnel. The consultation body meets four times a year and is chaired by the governor of West-Flanders province. Items on the agenda were, among others, the extensive update of the Belgian Navigation Code, feedback on several international meetings dealing with various coast guard functions and a state of affiars on the MAiDEN project, which supports the further development of the Belgian coast guard centre.