Doubts raised over anti-piracy codes of conduct
- Tuesday 02 April 2013, 15:07
A NEW anti-piracy code of conduct for West and central Africa can only go so far as armed forces will not be obliged to abide by it, according to Maritime Asset Security and Training.The code, adopted at a ministerial meeting in Cotonou, Benin, was developed by the Economic Community of...
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