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        India’s Strategic Islands Get A $3.4B Investment

        Japan’s grant of $3.42 billion (¥4.02 billion) to stabilize the electricity supply in India’s strategically located Andaman and Nicobar Islands in March 2021 highlights the islands’ vital..

        Blaze at port of Suakin, Sudan

        Firefighters have contained a large blaze that erupted in a cargo area of the Sudanese Red Sea port of Suakin, the port’s director said Thursday.

        Approach - Bab al Mandab – 13nm NE Khor Angar

        Reporting indicates when transiting within Red Sea, a survey vessel, name unknown, spotted a skiff approaching the starboard bow. The alert was raised on-board and the embarked security team prepared..

        Poland Interested In Trans-Shipping LNG Through Portugal

        Poland would be interested in cooperating with Portugal on potential LNG trans-shipping, says Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, adding that gas could be sent to other countries to help them cut..

        Vessel Robbery Offshore Dos Bocas

        A "pirate" attack was recorded around midnight this Sunday on the OSV CREST TARASCO, belonging to the Protexa company, which carries out work in the Gulf of Mexico.

        Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea - New Legislation in Nigeria

        New Terrorism Prevention Act in Nigeria

        The Vulnerable Maritime Supply Chain - a Threat to the Global Economy

        Around 90% to 95% of all shipped goods at some stage travel by sea. This makes the global maritime industry the world’s single largest and most important supply chain. Successful cyberattacks against..

        Philippines Establishes New Coast Guard Outposts in South China Sea

        The new outposts reinforce the presence of Filipino troops in the hotly contested Spratly archipelago.

        UK backs Lithuania’s plan to lift Russian blockade of Ukraine grain

        Britain has backed in principle a proposal by Lithuania for a naval coalition “of the willing” to lift the Russian Black Sea blockade on Ukrainian grain exports.

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 23rd May 2022

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 23rd May 2022.