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Navy Receives Four Patrol Boats

December 6, 2017 By Ghanian Times

The Ghana Navy received four patrol boats last Monday following their aim of ensuring the security of Ghana’s territorial waters. Ghana’s Minister of Defence, Mr. Dominic Nitiwu said that the patrol boats were part of […]

Five piracy incidents reported to ReCAAP ISC last week

December 6, 2017 By Safety for Sea

Five incidents of piracy attacks were reported to the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) during the time period of November 21-27. Re CAAP ISC encouraged mariners […]

CTF 150 and EU NAVFOR collaborate in Gulf of Aden

December 6, 2017 By Combined Maritime Forces

Combined Maritime Forces’ (CMF) Task Force CTF 150 and EU NAVFOR’s CTF465 collaborated in an exercise to safeguard the free passes of maritime trade in seas. Since 2008, CTF 465 has been monitoring and countering […]

Iran Naval Forces Repel Pirate Attack on Merchant Vessel

December 6, 2017 By Radio Shabelle

Iran’s 48th Naval Fleet, consisting of Alvand destroyer and Lavan logistic warship warded off an attempted hijack on one of the county’s merchant vessels, Caspian Harmony. In recent years, Iran’s Navy has strengthened its presence […]

Somalia’s Foreign Minister Meets with Seychelles President

December 6, 2017 By Radio Shabelle

Somali Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Yusuf-Garaad Omar sat down a meeting with Seychelles President Danny Faure last Monday, following his visit to the six Somali prisoners detained in the Seychelles’ main prison.  […]

Australian Warships Visits Cebu

December 6, 2017 By Ace Dela Cruz

Two Royal Australian Navy Armidale-class patrol vessels visited the Philippine Navy Naval Forces Central in Cebu on November 22 to December 1. The Her Majesty Australian Ship (HMAS) Larrakia and HMAS Maitland engaged to help […]

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