ReCAAP would welcome Indonesia’s presence as a member of the multilateral agreement.
Indonesia may get stronger support for its fight against piracy by joining the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP), a US official has said.
“If Indonesia joins ReCAAP and coordinates with this multilateral agreement and the International Maritime Bureau [IMB], it’ll get even bigger coordinated patrols. You’ll have better assets, better awareness, better targeting capacity and that will start to drive piracy down,” the senior advisor to the assistant secretary for borders, immigration and trade of the US Department of Homeland Security’s policy office, Sean Moon, told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday.
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Security and Risk Report 15/03/23
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