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ReCAAP ISC: Three armed robberies against ships in Asia

In its weekly report for 15-21 October, the ReCAAP ISC informed of three actual incidents of armed robbery against ship in Asia. One was a CAT 3 incident in Indonesia and two were CAT 4 incidents, one in Malaysia and one in the Singapore Strait.

ReCAAP ISC: Two piracy attacks against ships in Asia

In its weekly report, 1-7 October, concerning armed robbery and piracy incidents against vessels in Asia, ReCAAP ISC informs of two piracy incidents that took place in Hong Kong and Tanzania, respectively. In both incidents, no crewmembers were injured.

ReCAAP ISC: Four armed robberies against ships in Asia

In its weekly report for 24-30 September, ReCAAP ISC informed of a total of four incidents of armed robbery against ships in Asia. From these incidents, one occurred in Indian anchorage, one in a Philippine anchorage and two in Indonesia.

ReCAAP ISC: January-August incidents decreased by 25%

A total of eight incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships were reported in Asia in August, representing a 11% decrease compared to August 2018, according to ReCAAP ISC’s monthly report. The total number of incidents in January-August 2019 has decreased by 25% compared to January-August 2018.

Japan, Singapore, ReCAAP ISC review efforts against piracy

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (MOFA Japan) and the MPA Singapore, in cooperation with the ReCAAP ISC, jointly organised the 3rd Capacity Building Executive Programme (CBEP) in Singapore, to discuss the situation on Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia.

ReCAAP ISC: First half of 2019 sees lowest number of incidents in 13 years

A total of 28 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships (comprising 25 actual incidents and three attempted incidents) were reported in Asia during January-June 2019 compared to 41 incidents during January-June 2018, which accounts for a 32% decrease, according to ReCAAP ISC’s half yearly report for 2019.

Vessel robbed second time this year in Singapore Strait

In its weekly report for 9 – 15 July, ReCAAP ISC informed of one CAT 4 incident of armed robbery against ships in Asia, involving the barge ‘Sung Fatt 36’ in the Singapore Strait. Notably, this was the second time in 2019 that this vessel was targeted by perpetrators in this region. 

ReCAAP ISC: May saw more piracy incidents than the past six months

ReCAAP ISC issued its monthly piracy report, informing of seven incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia in May 2019, which is an increase compared to the past six preceding months. During January-May 2019, a total of 21 incidents were reported, which are the lowest among a 13-year period.

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