Contact Group On Piracy Might Be Extended

Contact Group On Piracy Might Be Extended To Include Gulf Of Guinea – Russian Envoy To UN
Faizan Hashmi
UNITED NATIONS (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – 05th June, 2019) The geographic mandate of the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia (CGPCS) might be broadened to combat piracy in the Gulf of GuineaRussia‘s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Dmitry Polyanskiy said during UN Security Council consultations on the situation in the Central African region.
“Our country has had a positive experience in international efforts to fight piracy in the northwestern part of the Indian Ocean as part of the Contact Group on this fight off the coast of Somalia. We hope that this experience might be useful for resolving similar issues in the Gulf of Guinea, including in the context of possibly broadening the geographic mandate of the Contact Group to include the Gulf of Guinea,” Polyanskiy said on Tuesday.
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Source: urdupoint.com

File image of Iranian dhow being freed from pirate control by EU NAVFOR.
File image of Iranian dhow being freed from pirate control by EU NAVFOR.

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