Security Council


Nadine Saris

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Committee: Security Council

Country: People’s Republic of China

Delegate: Nadine Saris, Leiden University College


Topic A - Maritime Crime

The People’s Republic of China recognizes the threats and dangers maritime crime in the Gulf of Guinea pose and wishes to effectively cooperate with other member states to combat this problem.

Maritime security on Africa’s west coast remains insufficient to combat transnational organized crime at sea. Consequently, the economic and social development of coastal states in Africa has been severely affected. Illegal funds raised by this type of crime has been transferred to terrorist organizations, criminal groups and extremist forces. Not only has this worsened the national and regional stability, it has bec...

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