Nigerian, EU partner on maritime crime

Looks to EU for assistance with training. 

Maritime Crime: FG Partners EU On Military Training

The Nigerian Government is partnering the international community to effectively train stakeholders in the marine sector on how to be combat ready to tackle their challenges.

This is in its bid to put an end to the increasing maritime crime in the Gulf of Guinea and West Africa.

Speaking at the closing ceremony of the maritime security crisis response exercise code named Exercise OTUM KIET, the Flag Officer Commanding, Eastern Naval Command, Rear Admiral Charles Medani, averred that the training would, among other reasons, step up strategic approach towards a safe, secure and stable maritime domain.

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