Another fisheries incident off Basco
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The Philippines and Taiwan may resume fisheries talks as early as next week after two incidents involving Taiwanese fishing boats in the overlapping economic zones of the two countries, officials said Wednesday. The Taiwanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the date of the meeting is still being finalized but it may be held next week in Taipei. Elliot Charng, director-general of the Taiwanese Foreign Office's Department of East Asian and Pacific Affairs announced the possible date after the Philippine Coast Guard confirmed that it had a four-hour standoff with the Taiwanese Coast Guard last May 25.
Barcelo, V. (2015, June 4). Another fisheries incident off Basco. Philippine Standard, p. A4.
Fisheries; Fishery disputes; Exclusive economic zone; Fishing rights; Foreign fishing; Conferences; Fishery agreements; Taiwanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); Department of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Philippine Coast Guard; Taiwanese Coast Guard; Balilo, Armand; Charng, Elliot
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