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Combating Somali Piracy: The EU's Naval Operation Atalanta - A Follow-up inquiry

The House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on External Affairs, chaired by Lord Teverson, has conducted a follow-up inquiry to its 2010 Report on the EU’s naval operation Atalanta, “Combating Somali Piracy: the EU’s Naval Operation Atalanta”, 12th Report of Session 2009-2010, HL Paper 103.

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    A declaration of Members interests for Combating Somali Piracy: the EU’s Naval Operation Atalanta – Follow-up report is available by clicking on the link below.

    Interests (PDF PDF 68 KB)