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Viewpoint: What are the maritime priorities?

Governments must be on board and acting proactively if shipping is to be made safer

It was not governments, but agencies from the shipping community that met at the International Maritime Organization earlier this month to voice their concern and impatience at the continuing scourge faced by their crews taking ships into Guinea waters

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