Japan navy steps up war on Somalia piracy with base in Djibouti

Japanese MSDF on a port visit to Kenya. 
By MATHIAS IRINGA
Japan in collaboration with the international community is intensifying war on piracy to enable safe transportation of cargo and passengers in the Indian Ocean.
Japanese ambassador to Kenya Toshitsugu Uesawa said his government has set up a defence force base in Djibouti in a bid to maintain surveillance off Somalia Coast to contain piracy.
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Source: businessdailyafrica.com

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