Tag: seychelles

  • Anti-piracy centre open for business

    Foreign Office Minister, Alistair Burt, today welcomed an important milestone in the fight against piracy in the Indian Ocean, officially opening the RAPPICC Centre in Seychelles. Anti-piracy centre open for business […]

  • Swedish MPRA Complete Contribution

    The Swedish Coast Guard MPRA aircraft left the Seychelles on 15 February 2013 after a productive four month deployment to the Seychelles for EU NAVFOR. Swedish Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance […]

  • EU NAVFOR and Seychelles Co-operating

    During a recent visit EUNAVFOR Force Commander, Rear Admiral Pedro García de Paredes, stressed the importance of maintaining good co-operation between EU NAVFOR and the Seychelles. EU NAVFOR And The Seychelles […]

  • Greater Cooperation

    Naval forces of Pakistan extend offer for greater cooperation with Seychelles. Captain Tarique Hussain and other senior officers of the Pakistani Navy ships PNS NASR and PNS TIPPU SULTAN met […]

  • We Must Isolate Piracy Ringleaders and Financiers

    We must isolate piracy’s ringleaders and financiers, says UNODC Chief as counter-piracy mission ends in Mauritius. Counter-piracy mission reinforces regional cooperation, but future work is to focus on Somalia by […]

  • Seychelles strengthens maritime security

    (Forimmediaterelease.net) Seychelles Minister Jean-Paul Adam has highlighted the need to strengthen regional maritime connectivity and has stressed the role that IOR-ARC can play in this regard at the 12th Ministerial […]

  • Close Relationship with Seychelles

    EU Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) French flagship FS Marne visited the Republic of the Seychelles for between 6 – 10 July 2012 and EU Force Commander Rear Admiral Jean-Baptiste Dupuis […]

  • Recovering from Piracy

    The Indian Ocean islands’ economy depends on tuna exports and tourism, both badly hurt after pirate attacks sent foreign fishing boats out of its waters in 2010. Seychelles’ fishing industry […]

  • Suspect Pirates

    EU Naval Force Welcomes Decision by Seychelles to Prosecute Suspect Somali Pirates (update) On Wednesday 16 May the Republic of the Seychelles agreed to accept for prosecution 11 suspect pirates […]

  • Knock-on effect of Piracy

    One of the many unthinkable knock-on effects of Piracy The recent shark attack in the Seychelles may represent one of the many unthinkable knock-on effects of Piracy. In the second […]