Africa Maritime Security Forum 2020 Announced

By Naomi Charlton / 16 Oct 2019

As a result of increased maritime security challenges across Africa, global naval capabilities regularly assemble to collaboratively counter illicit maritime activity within the region. To support these collaborations, the inaugural Africa Maritime Security Forum will take place in Dakar on the 20 -22 January 2020 and is hosted by the Senegal Navy. This forum will feature amplified networking exercises and interactive platforms for maritime leaders to formulate collaborative approaches, in addition to showcasing local and international unmanned technologies, techniques and equipment to support future maritime safety and security.

Hosted during the Senegal Navy’s 45th birthday celebrations, Africa Maritime Security Forum will reveal Senegal’s impressive naval base and fleet capabilities to the international community as well as their commitment to international navy cooperation. The 45th birthday celebrations will see the participation of Africa’s naval leadership as they commemorate Senegal Navy’s contributions to maritime security and further empower collaboration.

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