Somali government closes piracy project off it’s coast

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The federal government of Somalia has officially closed the piracy project in the Indian Ocean, which has been going on for more than 10 years.

The Federal Government of Somalia has requested the United Nations to suspend Security Council Resolution 2608 (2021), effective March 3, 2022.

The decision comes as Somalia’s coasts have now become safer, and there are no accurate reports of a security crisis in maritime traffic in the Federal Republic of Somalia.

This was an exaggerated project employed by foreign governments, but on yesterday, February 15, 2022, the Somali Government finally managed to shut down the long-defunct project.

Somalia’s ambassador to the United Nations Abukar Dahir Osman “Baale” told the UN Security Council yesterday that the anti-piracy project had been suspended altogether, as there was no piracy off the coast of Somalia.

Ambassador Abukar Bale said: “There have been no piracy attacks off the coast of our country in the last five years, so the work of the International Anti-Piracy Mission can be used to strengthen Somalia’s governance with support from the international community. ”

The Ambassador pointed out the importance of the Friends of Somalia ‘s efforts to achieve the long-term goal.

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