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Acknowledgments

The INTERPOL Maritime Piracy Task Force receives financial and operational support from a diverse range of sources. Governments, international organizations and private industry partners all contribute to the successful fight against maritime piracy, and we would like to acknowledge their invaluable assistance.

Donors:

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Inter-governmental organization partners:

Private industry partners:

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