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Listen: Declaration in the Gulf of Guinea: Shipping takes a stand together

Head of Maritime Safety & Security<br /> Mr. Jakob Paaske Larsen.
Mr. Jakob Paaske Larsen.

As piracy attacks grow in the Gulf of Guinea, the industry has banded together to make a statement – enough is enough, and the attack on merchant ships must come to an end.

S&P Global Platts speaks to the Head of Maritime Security at BIMCO Jakob Larsen on what has pushed the industry to band together and what the Declaration means for the future of security in the basin.

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