Nigeria and 5 others adopt Yaoundé agreement to tackle maritime security

Nov 18 2021


Nigeria and five African countries agreed to adopt the Yaoundé Code of Conduct (YCC) with a view to sustaining the low level of pirate attacks on vessels in the Gulf of Guinea.

 

 

 

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