Pledge to keep fighting maritime crime
Over 150 law enforcement, justice and financial intelligence representatives met to discuss maritime crime
High level EU/Interpol meeting pledges to keep fighting maritime crime
More than 150 representatives of law enforcement, justice, the financial intelligence sector and the private sector from 20 piracy affected countries met earlier this month to jointly express continued support for suppressing all forms of maritime crime.
The high level gathering was hosted by the EU, under the auspices of its Critical Maritime Routes Programme, and Interpol in Brussels.
The meeting identified priorities for the EU and international bodies to better promote maritime governance and security and enforce links between law enforcement and financial intelligence services.
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