EU presents anti-piracy strategy for West Africa

The Head of the EU's External Action Service, Catherine Ashton, is ready with a proposal for a response strategy to piracy off the coast of West Africa. The problem requires more attention from global as well as national players, it says.
Photo: IMO
Photo: IMO

Catherine Ashton, Head of the EU's External Action Service, is ready with a European strategic response to the piracy threat in the Gulf of Guinea and along the coast of West Africa, a region that constitutes a rising threat against the European and international shipping industry.

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