Departure of EU naval force risky

Departure of EU naval force risky for coast, report warns
By Samuel Baya

The possible withdrawal of the European Union Naval Force from the Indian Ocean waters has raised the need for other plans to ensure piracy does not rise again in the region, a new maritime report says.
A report by the Intergovernmental Standing Committee on Shipping (ISCOS) says that though piracy has been on the decline, the possibility of a withdrawal of the EU naval force that has been stationed in the Indian Ocean waters for years heralds uncertainty.
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Source: businessdailyafrica.com
EUNAVFOR assets and the suspected pirate mothership.
EUNAVFOR assets and the suspected pirate mothership.

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