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Marshall Islands refuses to register ‘mercenary’ ships

by Lloyd's List last modified May 23, 2011 12:47 PM

The Marshalls Island Government says it supports forceful action against pirates but is refusing to accept privately armed or military ships on to its register.

A spokesman for the Marshall Islands has told Lloyd's List that flag states have no authority to register anti-piracy vessels and the Marshall Islands will not register the proposed fleet of privately armed anti-piracy patrol vessels.

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