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Will Haftar announce his plan to divide Libya in two?

It is claimed that Khalifa Haftar, the leader of the armed forces in eastern Libya, will make a statement on the de facto separation of the east and west of the country on December 24. Since the Arab..

Amid Ukraine War, Russia’s Northern Sea Route Turns East

With the exit of European partners and buyers, Russia is looking to China and India to get its Arctic energy projects off the ground. 

Turkey-Libya energy accord riles Mediterranean waters

Egypt and Greece are calling on Turkey and Libya to scrap an energy exploration agreement that critics say violates exclusive economic zones off the Mediterranean coast.

U.S. Partnering with Benin to Combat Piracy in Gulf of Guinea

Piracy is a serious concern in the Gulf of Guinea along the southern coast of Western Africa and the United States is working with Beninese officials to increase their capacity to combat..

Bashagha Urges Neighbouring Countries Not to Demarcate Maritime Borders with Libya

The Libyan Parliament- designated Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha called on Egypt, Turkey, and Greece not to take unilateral decisions regarding demarcating the maritime borders with Libya.

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 19th December 2022

Access the latest Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 19th December 2022.

Ukraine grain deal unlikely to include new ports in near term

United Nations aid chief Martin Griffiths said it was unlikely the Black Sea grain deal would be expanded in the near term to include more Ukrainian ports or reduce inspection times.

Federal Government seeks removal of war risk surcharge on Nigeria-bound vessels

The Federal Government has called on major insurance companies around the world and Lloyd of London to stop the collection of the War Risk Insurance premium on Nigeria bound cargoes.

British return of Indian Ocean islands threatens key US Navy base

The United Kingdom is on the cusp of returning one of its last colonies to its native inhabitants, but national security experts say the move could have dire consequences for the US, which leases a..

Training of DBP enforcement officers critical to national maritime security

Minister of Transportation, Mauzu Sambo has said that the training of Deep Blue Project’s enforcement officer is not only critical for the nation’s maritime security but will also ensure maximising..