BFAR needs at least 6 more vessels to monitor waters, marine resources — advocacy group
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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) should have more big vessels for patrolling Philippine waters, food advocacy group Tugon Kabuhayan said. Tugon Kabuhayan convener Asis G. Perez, a former BFAR national director, said in a virtual briefing on Monday that the agency currently has two specialized ships used in patrolling the country’s waters and for humanitarian missions.
Ochave, R. M. D. (2021, June 29). BFAR needs at least 6 more vessels to monitor waters, marine resources — advocacy group. BusinessWorld, p. S1/9.
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