Da Nang, Quang Binh strengthen measures towards IUU fishing | Society

Da Nang, Quang Binh strengthen measures against IUU fishing hinh anh 1Illustrative picture (Photograph: VNA)

Da Nang (VNA) –  Authorities of the central localities of Da Nang and Quang Binh are accelerating inspections and management of native fisheries actions to affix nationwide efforts within the combat towards unlawful, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, in the direction of having the European Fee (EC)’s “yellow card” warning towards Vietnam’s seafood exports lifted. 

The Individuals’s Committee of Da Nang
metropolis has issued doc below which departments, sectors, related localities and native fisheries
administration models have been ordered to proceed to concertedly
and critically implement a plan for stopping and
fight IUU fishing within the
2023-2025 interval.

It requested related companies
to step up communications actions and organise coaching programs to replace fishermen
on related rules, thus well timed detecting and dealing with violations relating
to IUU fishing.

Inspection and
supervision of organisations, people, and models immediately concerned within the job
of combating IUU fishing have been strengthened.

As scheduled, an EC delegation may have working periods with native authorities from Might 23-29,
specializing in inspecting points relate to controlling fishing vessels’ infringement of international waters, managing the entry and exit of fishing vessels and their operation at sea and the set up of vessel monitoring system for fishing boats, and the
certification of seafood shipments exported to Europe.

The delegation will
work with one or two enterprises exporting seafood to Europe to verify the certification
of uncooked supplies exploited in Vietnamese waters and imported supplies for
producing seafood for export to Europe.

Within the central province
of Quang Binh, the native sub-department for fisheries coordinated with the provincial
border guards within the sea to deploy patrols and management actions at sea,
thus totally stopping IUU fishing actions in an try to elevate the EC’s “yellow card” warning towards Vietnamese seafood.

Le Van Thao, deputy head of the authorized inspection workplace of the sub-department, stated that the patrols have contributed to calling on native fishermen to conform
with provisions of the Fisheries Regulation, and stopping IUU fishing.

In accordance Thao, a collection of measures have been carried out to fight
IUU fishing, specializing in strictly controlling the operation of fishing vessels.

To date, as many as 3,544
fishing vessels with a size of 6m and above have registered, reaching 94.7%;
and 1,128 boats with a size of 15m or extra put in with vessel monitoring methods,
equal to 94.8% of the whole./.

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