Somalia: UN Security Council Renews Fight Against Somali Pirates
The 15 member UN Security Council have last night issued a resolution to renew the fight against the Somali sea pirates by the navies of the different regional forces in the world.
The UN Security Council said the pirates among other armed Somali groups are still worsening the security situation in Somalia. The resolution was indicating that there is need to fight the sea pirates that target the ships that travel on sea waters off the Somali coast.
The pirate activities have however decreased since 2008 when the UN issued the initial resolution which was allowing navies from different parts of the world to fight the Somali pirates that attack vessels off the coast of Somalia.