Presentation of the Report ”EU Maritime Security Programming: a mapping and technical review of past and present EU initiatives”

On behalf of DG DEVCO B5 the CRIMSON project organised on 21 June, in Brussels, the presentation of the Report ‘’EU Maritime Security Programming: a mapping and technical review of past and present EU initiatives’’. The study, developed in the framework of CRIMSON, aimed to acquire information on past and existing EU and non-EU initiatives…

East Africa: New Maritime Security Agreements Between Indian Ocean Countries

According to this AllAfrica article, four agreements pertaining to enhanced state coordination for maritime security in the western Indian Ocean were signed during a ministerial conference hosted by the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) and the government of Mauritius, with the support of the European Union, an observer member of the IOC. The event was convened…

CRIMARIO in the news: Towards an India-EU Security Partnership in the Indian Ocean

Europeans and Indians are both working towards similar objectives, including a rules-based order, cooperative multilateralism, and sustainable growth and stability in the Indian Ocean region. This article explains how the EU and India should move towards high-level strategic convergence, mentioning the CRIMARIO project. According to the article, Indian and European navies have operated side by…

EUNAVFOR, MSCHOA, IOC/MASE, CRIMARIO Mini-Symposium

EUNAVFOR coordinated a fruitful meeting at its headquarters in Northwood (UK), where MSCHOA, IOC/MASE and CRIMARIO discussed possible synergies and shared their views in capacity building activities, to strengthen maritime security in the Indian Ocean. The respective teams agreed to establish permanent and regular exchanges, share their working plans and develop common training activities.