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        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment 24th Jan 2022

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Assessment for the week commencing Monday 24th January 2022. 

        1 dead, 2 injured as militants attack Universal Energy Resources in Akwa Ibom

        The Police Command in Akwa Ibom has confirmed the killing of one person and injury to two others, as militants allegedly attacked Universal Energy Resources Ltd. (UERL), in Unyenge, Mbo Local..

        EU Renews its Commitment to Anti-Piracy Patrols in Gulf of Guinea

        The European Union (EU) intends to carry on with the deployment of its member states' warships in the Gulf of Guinea to stem the recurring menace of piracy.

        Linking maritime governance with maritime security

        For centuries, oceans—covering more than 70 percent of our planet—have been and still continue to be a major source of food, energy, and livelihoods.

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        NIMASA, NDLEA Close Ranks Against Illicit Drugs

        The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have agreed to strengthen cooperation in the execution of their respective mandates in..

        Lamu port expansion could expose Kenya to more crime

        Kenya’s $3.6 billion ports master plan will transform the country’s sea, lake and dry ports over the next 30 years. Modern ports that comply with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) codes..

        Increased Risk of Piracy

         MDAT-GOG has been made aware that there is an increased threat of piracy activity in the following area.  Cancel this Warning 24 to 48 hours after release.

        Armed Groups Clash in Libyan Capital

        Clashes reportedly broke out in Libya's Capital between rival armed groups near the port of Tripoli.   

        EU anti-piracy mission risks ejection from Somalia

        The EU's flagship naval operation risks losing permission to pursue pirates in Somalia's waters due to local politics.