Zambales taps Canadian firm vs intrusion in disputed seas
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The province that is staring Chinese aggression in the face has secured help from a Canadian surveillance firm to keep track of the intrusion of foreign vessels and other marine activities in the West Philippine Sea. Backed by a March 23 provincial board resolution, the Zambales government has commissioned Xanatos Marine Ltd. to put up a system that would monitor in real time all vessels which enter the province’s territorial waters, Gov. Hermogenes Ebdane Jr. said on Thursday. Using the surveillance system, Zambales can “prevent foreign fishermen from illegally entering our territorial waters,” he said. “We will show them that they can’t just bully us,” he said.
Macatuno, A. (2015, April 24). Zambales taps Canadian firm vs intrusion in disputed seas. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A12.
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Disputes; Territorial waters; Monitoring; Fishers; Environmental monitoring; Fishing vessels; Monitoring systems; Fishing grounds; Provincial Coast Watch System; Department of Transportation and Communication; Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); Xanatos Marine Ltd.; Chinese Coast Guard; Ebdane, Hermongenes Jr; Edora, Desiree
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