DG Shipping warns Indian ships to stay away from Gulf of Aden

The advisory mentions that it is due to the recent piracy attack on an Indian vessel on the coast of Somalia region
ATEEQ SHAIKH
In the aftermath of the recent piracy attacks at the Gulf of Aden, the Directorate General of Shipping has issued an advisory to Indian vessel owners to refrain from sailing in the troubled zone.
The Korean Naval Ship, UK Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) and International Maritime Bureau (IMB) have shared information with the Indian authorities regarding hijacking of an Indian mechanised sailing vessel transiting Gulf of Aden, off Socotra Island.
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