Strengthening Nigeria – European Union Cooperation on Maritime Security

Nigeria – European Union Cooperation

To enhance intensified presence at sea,  Nigeria, the EU and Member States recently held a joint high profile exercise in Lagos to further deepen relations as well as ensure freedom of navigation, safety of seafarers, protection of regional resources and coastal communities, Chiemelie Ezeobi reports 

To strengthen the maritime security cooperation between Nigeria and the  European Union, a first ever high profile joint event was recently held at the Western Naval Command (WNC) in Apapa, Lagos.
This was against the backdrop of port calls from the naval vessel of the Italian IT RIZZO and the Spanish ES SERVIOLA. Jointly organised by the Nigerian Navy (NN), the EU Delegation to Nigeria and EU Member States operating under the EU Coordinated Maritime Presences (CMP) initiative, and it seemingly solidified the close partnership that has developed between the Nigerian Navy, the European Union and EU Member States operating in the region.

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