3 edition of Maritime counter-terrorism convention, with related protocol found in the catalog.
Maritime counter-terrorism convention, with related protocol
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations
|Other titles||Maritime counter terrorism convention, with related protocol|
|Series||Exec. rept. / 101st Congress, 1st session, Senate -- 101-18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
Article 20 Depositary The original instrument of this Convention, the English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish texts of which are equally authentic, shall be deposited with the General Secretariat of with related protocol book Organization of American States. Maritime Counter Terrorism November 23, by Maritime counter-terrorism convention First, terrorists hijacking a huge oil or gas tanker and exploding it in mid-sea or in a major port in order to cause huge human, material and environmental damage. To that end, the states parties agree to adopt the necessary measures and to strengthen cooperation among them, in accordance with the terms of this Convention. Amongst factors influencing their perceptions are: First, the presence in this region of terrorist or insurgent organisations with proved or suspected capabilities for maritime operations. B: Background In November the Governments of Australia, Egypt and Italy proposed that the International Maritime Organisation IMO prepare a convention on the subject of unlawful acts against the safety of maritime navigation to provide for a comprehensive suppression of unlawful acts committed against the safety of maritime navigation which endanger innocent human lives, jeopardize the safety of persons and property, seriously affect the operation of maritime services and thus are of grave concern to the international community as a whole; and The subsequent adoption of the SUA Convention and its Protocol at the last day of the Diplomatic Conference held in Rome from March 1 to 10 as well as the eventual entering into force of both instruments on March 01
In the with related protocol book of maritime terrorism too, as in the case of land-based terrorism, Bangladesh continues to be in a denial mode— showing neither an awareness nor a willingness to co-operate with others. IMO responded swiftly and firmly by developing these new requirements, which are a by-product of cooperation between Governments, Government agencies, local administrations and shipping and port industries. This regime shall emphasize requirements for customer identification, record-keeping, and the reporting of suspicious or unusual transactions. These laws severely restricted freedom of expression.
The annual shipping traffic across the region rose from 44, in to over 62, Maritime counter-terrorism convention Ten, the presence of a large number of uninhabited islands in the region, which serve as sanctuaries and operational bases for the pirates and could similarly serve for the terrorists tomorrow. Our civilian intelligence capabilities continue to be largely land-based and land-related, with some capability, though inadequate, relating to the air. Recommendation s The Committee recommends that the Council, in terms of section 2 of the Constitution, approve the said Convention and Protocol. An exercise with the Oman Navy and a patrol close to the Gulf of Aden were also being planned.
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They, therefore, tried to keep our Navy confined to the East Maritime counter-terrorism convention the Malacca Strait. However, none of these incidents, though serious by themselves, could be described as mass casualty or Maritime counter-terrorism convention destruction or mass damage terrorism.
Four, sea-borne terrorists attacking a nuclear establishment or an oil refinery or off-shore oil platforms. The National Security Guard NSG was created by the Government of India in the s to perform the role of a special intervention force to terminate terrorist situations such as hostage-taking on the ground, occupation of with related protocol book, hijacking of aircraft etc.
It also covers the zone extending from the Cape of Good Hope and the east coast of Africa to the Straits of Malacca and the archipelagos of Malaysia and Indonesia.
There is a distinction between preventing and terminating a terrorist situation. Amongst Maritime counter-terrorism convention organisations coming to mind are the LTTE of Sri Lanka, with proved capabilities for maritime operations, conventional as well as unconventional; and the Abu Sayyaf of Southern Philippines, with its proclaimed readiness to extend its operations from the land to the sea.
The LTTE developed a dreaded Sea Tigers wing, which specialised in suicide tactics such as ramming explosives-laden boats against chosen targets on the coast, in ports or on the sea.
The Convention is also aimed at improving national counter-terrorism policies and strategies at the domestic level while also facilitating effective international co-operation and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters.
One does not even know whether the maritime counter-terrorism experts of the Navy and the Coast Guard are represented in such working groups. Passengers were threatened and sometimes killed. National security managers should not confine themselves to an analysis and assessment of strategic developments of a conventional nature arising from State actors, but should pay equal attention to the strategic impact of non-State actors, such as international or trans-national terrorists, crime mafia groups and nuclear proliferators on global security in general and our own national security in particular.
The security of the Malacca Strait has limited relevance for our energy security, whereas our entire energy security depends on maritime security in the areas to the West of India. The state to which the person is transferred shall have the authority and obligation to keep the person transferred in custody, unless otherwise requested or authorized by the state from which the person was transferred.
The flotilla would move in two groups. There is a large volume of container traffic originating in this rapidly developing region. Thus, strong debates began to shake the island, which finally decided to restrict freedom of movement. Ten, the presence of a large number of uninhabited islands in the region, which serve as sanctuaries and operational bases for the pirates and could similarly serve for the terrorists tomorrow.
Article 7 Cooperation on border controls 1. For the purposes of this Convention, "offenses" means the offenses established in the international instruments listed below: a. IMO responded swiftly and firmly by developing these new requirements, which are a by-product of cooperation between Governments, Government agencies, local administrations and shipping and port industries.
The money laundering predicate offenses referred to in paragraph 1 shall include those committed both within and outside Maritime counter-terrorism convention jurisdiction of the state party.
The majority is presented in the working languages. The declaration shall cease to have effect as soon as that instrument enters into force for that state party, which shall notify the depositary of this fact.
In the absence of such agreements, states parties shall afford one another expeditious assistance in accordance with their domestic law.
This despite the stepped-up patrolling by the Navies of different countries. Based on the Additional Protocol, the CDCT also oversees a network to facilitate the rapid exchange of relevant police information for terrorist fighters suspected of travelling to or from member States.
Land-based terrorist strikes of with related protocol book tactical nature generally involve the use of hand-held weapons or explosives or a with related protocol book of the two.Mar 30, · Preparing for and preventing terrorist with related protocol book in the maritime domain can be challenging; high-profile attacks at sea have been sporadic, varied in type, committed by distinct groups, and often separated by years.
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