Hijacked Asian Glory Arrives Off Somalia

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

In the late afternoon of 1 January, UK Flagged M/V Asian Glory (a vehicle carrier) owned by Zodiac Maritime Agency, was hijacked in the Somali Basin approximately 900 nautical miles north of the Seychelles and 600 miles from the coast of Somalia.
 
EU NAVFOR in monitoring the situation can confirm that the M/V Asian Glory has now arrived off the coast of Somalia and is north east of Hobyo.

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