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CRIMARIO paves the way to CRIMARIO II

Mombasa 17 December 2019: the EU CRIMARIO project shared its achievements and concrete contribution to a better maritime domain awareness in the Indian Ocean during a 2-day workshop organised to mark the project closing. Senior speakers were invited to discuss

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EU, India discussing maritime security in the Indian Ocean

Maritime security in the Indian Ocean Region has been identified as a key topic to be developed through a new track 1,5 dialogue conducted between the European Union and India, with the National Maritime Foundation acting as the leading interlocutor

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Activities and achievements of EU CRIMARIO are published

This bilingual leaflet sums up the activities and achievements of the EU CRIMARIO project, for the period 2015-2019.   EU CRIMARIO achievements – Réalisations de CRIMARIO from CRIMARIO Project

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Crimario at 1st EU-India conference on maritime security

On the 7-8 February, Marianne Péron-Doise, CRIMARIO strategic advisor, took part to a 1,5 track EU-India conference on maritime security organized by the SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) and the National Maritime Foundation with the support of the EU

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EU commitments during Our Ocean 2018

Our Ocean 2018 conference took place in Bali on 29-30 October. Our Ocean Conference is focused on generating commitments and taking actions to maintain the sustainability of our oceans. Since 2014, Our Ocean Conference has successfully generated commitments totaling around

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CRIMARIO at ESDC course

The European Security and Defence College (ESDC) offers around 100 training and education opportunities per year. Training audiences comprise experts from EU Member States and EU institutions as well as personnel selected for or deployed in CSDP missions and operations.

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Brussels and Delhi’s shared interests in the Indian Ocean

Whether due to the wealth of its natural resources, the centrality of its sea lines of communication for trade, or its propensity for conflict and natural calamities, the Indian Ocean is critical for the future of Europe and India. Despite

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5th steering committee of MASE on maritime security

Le programme MASE est le programme régional de promotion de la sécurité maritime dans la région de l’Afrique orientale et australe et de l’océan Indien (AfOA-OI). Ce programme, financé par l’Union européenne, est mis en œuvre par l’Autorité intergouvernementale pour

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Brussels and Delhi’s shared interests in the Indian Ocean

Congruent with the EU’s CRIMARIO project, an EU project on maritime security in the Indian Ocean, in recent years India has … to connect the Indian Ocean region and strengthen links between Mozambique, Mauritius and Malaysia.

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