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IMO to start debate of armed guards on commercial ships
2012-04-27 00:27:00

SINGAPORE, Apr 27 (GCTL) - The use of armed personnel on board merchant ships plying the pirate-infested waters off the Somali coast will be one of the most important policy debates for shipping in the next decade, says International Maritime Organization (IMO) secretary-general Koji Sekimizu.

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