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Seychelles Minister of Foreign Affairs hails U.A.E. support in areas of development and fight against maritime piracy

Posted on 26/11/2014

Jean-Paul Adam, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Seychelles, hailed the way the bilateral relations have developed between the U.A.E. and his country. He noted the development of these relations in the economic field and mutual cooperation in the area of fight against terrorism and maritime piracy between the two friendly countries, thanks to the keen interest that both President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and President James Alix Michel of the Republic of ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. concludes 4th Counter Piracy Conference

Posted on 31/10/2014

The U.A.E. Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and DP World have concluded the highly successful U.A.E. Counter-Piracy Conference, held on 29-30 October in Dubai. "Building on the accomplishments of the last three U.A.E. Counter-Piracy Conferences, this meeting of public and private sector stakeholders has surpassed expectations in setting up a framework at a national, regional and international level to foster coordinated efforts to effectively combat maritime piracy at sea and regional ...  >>MORE

Abdullah bin Zayed: International efforts reduced piracy attacks over the last two years to zero

Posted on 30/10/2014

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, affirmed on Wednesday that combined international efforts have made remarkable progress, reducing the number of piracy attacks over the last two years to zero. In his welcome note to the U.A.E.'s fourth annual Counter-Piracy Conference, co-organised by the U.A.E. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and DP World in Dubai, Sheikh Abdullah commend the government of Somalia on its progress in bringing peace and prosperity to the people of Somalia ...  >>MORE

Communique of the Third High-Level Public-Private Counter-Piracy Conference

Posted on 14/09/2013

The 3rd public-private international counter-piracy conference ended yesterday in Dubai on a determined note with more than 750 government and industry leaders pledging their continued support for sustainable capacity building that would lead to meaningful, long term solutions to eradicate maritime piracy. For the third consecutive year, high-level representatives, including the President of Somalia, the Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), more than 20 Foreign and other ...  >>MORE

Abdullah bin Zayed opens 3rd Annual International Maritime Counter-Piracy Conference

Posted on 12/09/2013

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, has declared that the UAE stands with and supports all the efforts and objectives of the Federal Government of Somalia and backs the Somali people in their legitimate quest for peace and prosperity. His Highness added that during May this year, the UAE pledged USD 50 million for developmental projects in Somalia with confidence that this will contribute to providing a decent livelihood for Somali brothers. The UAE's Foreign Minister ...  >>MORE

UAE stresses full support to counter piracy off the Coast of Somalia

Posted on 28/07/2012

New York, July 26th, 2012 (WAM) -- The United Arab Emirates has stressed its full support to develop the capacity of Somali national forces, especially its coast guard following the end of the transitional period in August with the aim of countering piracy off the Coast of Somalia. Abdulkhaleq Bin-Dhaaer Al-Yafei, Minister Plenipotentiary, Permanent Mission of UAE to the United Nations announced this yesterday before the 12th Plenary Meeting of the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of ...  >>MORE

UAE aiding the fight against pirates

Posted on 09/07/2012

When the UAE-funded Coast Guard base opened at Ile Perseverance in Seychelles in November last year, officials from both countries applauded the nations' "mighty wall of friendship". The Dh55 million, 30,000 square -metre base comes complete with sophisticated coastal radar surveillance systems and a helipad, and took just a year to build. It was the Emirates' gift to a nation which has struggled with a growing Somali pirates problem. The UAE's funds also purchased five patrol ships, ...  >>MORE

Text of the 2nd UAE counter-piracy conference's Final Declaration

Posted on 30/06/2012

Final Declaration welcomes "significant progress" made in combating maritime piracy over the past year. Dubai, United Arab Emirates, June 28, 2012:- The 2nd UAE Counter Piracy Conference ended last Thursday (June 28) with representatives of both the public and private sectors calling for support for Somalia to help it address both the immediate danger to shipping of marine hi-jacking and the economic conditions that allow piracy to take root. In the conference Declaration, the conference ...  >>MORE

UAE committed to contribute US$1 million to support Somali naval security capabilities, says Gargash

Posted on 30/06/2012

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr. Anwar Mohammed Gargash has affirmed the UAE's commitment to provide one million dollars to contribute to the development of the capabilities of Somali's navy forces and the Somali coast guards to enable it to restore security and stability. "The UAE reiterates its commitment to provide one US$ million to support the building of Somalia's naval security capabilities. The contribution will be managed by the Trust Fund to Support Initiatives of States ...  >>MORE

Maritime industry hails UAE's commitment to seeking solutions to piracy

Posted on 30/06/2012

The maritime industry represented at the second International Counter-Piracy Conference in Dubai welcomed the continued commitment by the UAE to seeking short, medium and long term solutions to the persistent problem of maritime piracy through partnerships between governments and industry. The industry, in a statement Thursday at the conclusion of the 2-day event, noted the progress made in the areas it raised following the inaugural conference in 2011, particularly 1. An increased military ...  >>MORE

UAE facilitates Somali reconciliation declaration signing

Posted on 30/06/2012

The president of Somalia's transitional federal government Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed and the president of the Republic of Somaliland Ahmed Mohamed Silaanyo have signed a reconciliation declaration that paves the way for talks and cooperation among Somali parties. The declaration was signed on the sidelines of an international counter-piracy conference in Dubai in presence of the president of Galmudug Mohamed Ahmed Alin and President of Puntland State of Somalia Abdul Rehman Mohammed ...  >>MORE