In February 2019, the Information Sharing Centre (ISC) of the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) reported three incidents of armed robbery at sea in Asia. The incidents occurred respectively at Belawan anchorage in Indonesia, at Caofeidian anchorage in China and in the Singapore Strait. The number of incidents is half less than the number of incidents reported in February of the last year (6), thus suggesting a decrease of maritime insecurity in Asian waters. The number of incidents recorded during January and February 2019 are at the lowest point since the reporting started in 2007. In addition, no incident linked to maritime piracy was noted during the month of February 2019. Earlier this years, ReCAAP ISC reported a 25% decrease in incidents of piracy and armed robbery at sea in Asia between 2017 and 2018 and it pointed that only 5% of the incidents accounted for piracy attacks.