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‘Piracy threat in the Gulf of Guinea is untenable’

It is ‘absolutely critical’ that the right to free navigation be enforced in the world’s oceans. Seafarers should not have to fear being attacked or kidnapped

‘A common front from both the state and the private sector is key if we want to end the threat of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea,’ say Denmark’s Defence Minister Trine Bramsen and Danish Shipping chief executive Anne Steffensen

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