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Seychelles and Spain cooperate in fight against piracy

The Seychelles President, Mr. James Michel, met with the Minister for Defense of the kingdom of Spain, Mrs.

India bases anti-piracy aircraft on Mahe

(eTN) - Last week saw the arrival of an Indian military-operated Dornier surveillance aircraft, which will now be based at the international airport of Mahe.

Seychelles has full role to play in regional anti-piracy plan

VICTORIA, Mahé - A delegation from Seychelles, headed by Minister for Home Affairs, Environment and Transport, Mr.

India reinforces Seychelles anti-piracy operations with new aircraft donations

The government of India has pledged a donation of 3 new air surveillance assets to the Seychelles - 1 Dornier surveillance aircraft and 2 Chetak helicopters.

UAE aids Seychelles anti-piracy infrastructure

The government of the United Arab Emirates has signed an agreement with the government of Seychelles to fund the construction of a new Seychelles Coast Guard base on Ile Perseverance, in a project wor

UK donates patrol boat to strengthen Seychelles’ anti-piracy measures

The fight against piracy was given a boost today as British High Commissioner Matthew Forbes officially handed over a patrol boat, "The Fortune," a gift from the UK government, to Lt.

Seychelles and Portugal intensify anti-piracy partnership

Seychelles President James Michel has met for high-level talks with the Portuguese Minister of Defense Prof. Dr. Augusto Santos Silva at the State House this afternoon.

Kenya sets up special anti-piracy court

(eTN) Following further agreements between development partners, members of the international naval coalition against piracy, and the Kenyan government, a new court has been set up, which will deal ex

India and Seychelles enhance anti-piracy cooperation

“India and Seychelles have agreed to work together in controlling piracy in the Indian Ocean, so that we can try to make sure that this area is safer for economic development.

Anti-piracy surveillance to move closer to Somalian shores

Unmanned aerial vehicles, aka drones, are increasingly playing a more important role in surveillance activities to guard shipping traffic against attacks by ocean terrorists, and many of them have bee