The European Union (EU) will extend its Coordinated Maritime Presence (CMP) in the Gulf of Guinea to 2024. In addition, a new Maritime Area of Interest has been established in the North-Western Indian Ocean. The CMP is to tackle piracy and criminal activity at sea....
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) had signed cooperation agreements with EU naval missions in Somalia and Libya. EMSA data including ship specific information and positional data can be used to enhance maritime awareness for the EU Naval Force in places of...
With 132 incidents, maritime piracy and armed robbery over 2021 reached the lowest recorded level since 1994, the annual piracy report of the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) reveals. IMB attributes the drop in incidents to vigorous action taken by authorities,...
European shipowners are extremely concerned about piracy attacks in the Gulf of Guinea. The latest incident in South Nigeria, which involved pirates and Danish frigate Esben Snare and resulted in loss of life, only serves to further highlight the severity of the...
On 30 November, the Dutch Senate approved a repair bill for the Merchant Shipping Protection Act. This act allows, under certain conditions, private armed security on sea-going vessels under Dutch flag as of 1 January 2022. The Act specifically targets the Gulf of...
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