Maritime security the Seychelles way

Africa’s smallest nation is setting a standard for safe, sustainable seas through the prosecution of pirates, international maritime cooperation and proactive measures to protect its exclusive economic zone.
As the six Seychellois crew members of the fishing boat Galate slept at sea southeast of Mahé Island, they should have had little more to fear than awakening to another busy day of hauling in tuna from the Indian Ocean.
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Source: defenceweb.co.za

EU NAVFOR teams approach suspected mothership.
EU NAVFOR teams approach suspected mothership.

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