Indian Ocean a hub for trafficking

“The Indian Ocean has become a hub for drug trafficking,” says SAJ
BY EMILY PAYEN, BY PREITY RAMESSUR-BHOYROO
A presentation by the Ministerial Maritime Security in Eastern and Southern Africa and Indian Ocean (ESA-OI) took place at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) on Tuesday 11 June. The meeting was attended by Minister Mentor Sir Anerood Jugnauth and Minister of Foreign Affairs Nando Bodha.
“The Indian Ocean has become a hub of drug trafficking,” said the minister’s mentor. He explained that “we must take steps to counter this problem.”
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HMCS REGINA's crew poses with over 2000 kilograms of narcotics seized from a dhow during Operation ARTEMIS in the Pacific Ocean on April 7 2019. Photo: Corporal Stuart Evans, BORDEN Imaging Services ©2019 DND-MDN CANADA XA01-2019-0179-001
HMCS REGINA’s crew poses with over 2000 kilograms of narcotics seized from a dhow during Operation ARTEMIS in the Pacific Ocean on April 7 2019.
Photo: Corporal Stuart Evans, BORDEN Imaging Services
©2019 DND-MDN CANADA
XA01-2019-0179-001

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