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Agreement Allows For Holistic Improvements In National Tuna Fishery

The agreement outlines the scope, roles and responsibilities of the new partnership and would run until 2027.
23 Nov 2022 04:37
Agreement Allows For Holistic Improvements In National Tuna Fishery
Staff from Conservation International and Fiji Fishing Industry Association (FFIA), (back row, from left) Anare Raiwailui, Livai Tabuitamana, Kristan Miles, Apisai Bogiva, Epineri Taganesei, (middle row, from left) Tomasi Delana, Mereia Loga, Ravneel Naidu, Jyanti Singh, Sera Naqusuca, Isimeli Loganimoce, (front row, from left) Leba Draunivesi, Xue Jun Du, Mere Lakeba, Radhika Kumar, Hans Wendt and Netani Tavaga during the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Suva on November 21, 2022. Photo: Leon Lord

Fiji’s long line fleet will be assured of improved environmental sustainability and social responsibility.

This follows a five-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between Conservation International and Fiji Fishing Industry Association(FFIA).

The agreement outlines the scope, roles and responsibilities of the new partnership and would run until 2027.

 

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