Intelligence Brief - SOUTHEAST ASIA

Intelligence Brief SOUTHEAST ASIA

Maritime criminal elements are shifting away from their traditional bases in the Malacca Straits between Indonesia and Malaysia and are either migrating to the south, toward more secretive places in the vicinity of Jambi province, or moving farther to the east, in the open seas and far from the coasts and patrols. Instead of the Malacca Straits, criminal elements are also increasingly moving to isolated island groups close to international shipping lanes, such as the Anambas islands and Natuna islands, situated in the middle of the South China Sea.

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