Guimaras moves to fortify local laws vs illegal fishing
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To address the rampant incidents of marine resource exploitations and illegal fishing in the coastal waters of the provine, local government units here agreed to harmonize their municipal fishery ordinances. Officials of Jordan, Nueva Valencia Buenavista, San Lorenzo and Sibunag held a consultative meeting on August 15. Also present were representatives from the provincial government and concerned national government agencies such as the Philippine National Police, the Philippine Navy, the Philippine Coast Guard and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources.
Guimaras moves to fortify local laws vs illegal fishing. (2013, August 21). Panay News, p. 3.
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