Indonesia's Role in Handling Maritime Piracy in ASEAN

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Maritime piracy and sea border security has been one of biggest problems faced by countries in Southeast Asia region in 2016.
Sailors and ship crews who came across sea borders in Southeastp Asia, for example in the southern Philippines Sulu Sea and in the Malaysian waters of Sabah, often become victims of piracy and were taken hostage by armed groups.
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