French Gov’t supports fight against maritime crime

The French government in collaboration with the United States of America government has set up a project dubbed Gulf of Guinea Maritime Security Sector Reform Support (ASECMAR) to help fight maritime crimes in West Africa.

The project is expected to train Maritime administrators on the laws of the sea and to share information on maritime crime in the sub region.

The ASECMAR project is funded by the French government and anchored by the directorate of security and defence under the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


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