Rendi A. Witular
Confronted with challenges to ensuring maritime security in the high seas, Indonesia has called on the international community to deliver a concerted policy directed at assuring sustainable and responsible fishing practices.
Speaking during the fourth Our Ocean Conference in St. Julian’s, Malta, on Thursday, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti said that illegal fishing activities were often linked to other forms of organized crime, such as human trafficking, drug and weapon smuggling, wildlife trafficking as well as forced labor.
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Security and Risk Report 24/05/23
MAST’s security report issue 370 is available to read now. In the Gulf of Guinea, the US Consulate has praised the efforts of the Nigerian