EU launches naval co-operative tool to combat Gulf of Guinea's security problems

by Brooks Tigner

The EU is now operationally testing its concept for Co-ordinated Maritime Presences (CMP): a new co-operative tool for exchanging maritime picture data and analyses among national navies of the EU in designated areas of interest. The CMP pilot project was launched on 25 January in the Gulf of Guinea region.

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