Feature: Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia mull high security Sulu Sea corridor to curb piracy

Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia are considering to establish a high security corridor along the Sulu Sea and Sabah to tackle the piracy menace that has resulted in several attacks and kidnappings this year, shipping industry sources and maritime analysts said.
There has been a spate of attacks which have imperiled movement of commercial vessels prompting trilateral negotiations between these countries to find ways of securing the region under what is being termed as an IND-MAL-PHI program.
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Source: platts.com

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