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Susi JK- Stocking 30,000 Seedlings Rajungan

Vice President Jusuf Kalla and Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MKP) Susi Pudjiastuti 30,000 sow seeds of crab and crab on the beach Boddia, Takalar, South Sulawesi. "Seeding rajungan made Vice President Jusuf Kalla and Minister of Marine and Fisheries Susi Pudjiastuti is stocking the 2nd one million birds since 2007," said Director General of Aquaculture Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) Slamet Seobjakto of Makassar, in a press release to citraindonesia.com email, in Jakarta, Monday (05/11/2015). Boddia beach is one small crab habitat, so it is expected to support t…

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CTF Enforce Full Assessment Process

Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) is planning to impose a Full Assessment process or the Comprehensive Assessment of the entire fisheries, particularly tuna in the late 2015's. "As a follow up to this forum, we want the end of 2015 began the process of 'full assessment' for MSC certification with expectations in 2016 will be completed," said Director General of Processing and Marketing of Fisheries (DG P2HP) CTF, Saut P Hutagalung to citraindonesia.com , Wednesday (05/27/2015).   As it is known that the CTF held a forum The 4th International Coastal Tuna Business Forum and…

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Export Performance US $ 5.8 Billion in 2015

Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) is preparing a strategy to increase the performance of the national fisheries exports reached US $ 5.8 billion in 2015. "With the new government policy, the CTF is targeting the number of national fish exports amounted to 5.8 billion this year," said Director General of the Process and Marketing of Fisheries, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (DG P2HP CTF) Saut Hutagalung told citraindone…

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REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA TO SINK 3 FOREIGN SHIPS FOR ILLEGAL FISHING

Indonesia is set to sink on Saturday three foreign vessels captured for fishing illegally in the country’s waters, in a move to deter illegal, unregulated and unreported (IUU) fishing by foreign ships, Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Tedjo Edhy Purdijatno said on Thursday.“We have reported to the President [about the sinking], which will be carried out on Saturday. We will sink several vessels to show stern…

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MINISTRY TO USE CAPTURED SHIPS TO BENEFIT FISHERMEN

Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MOMAF) Repubilc of Indonesia has suggested that it make use of the ships that it had captured during raids on illegal fishing, opening up possibilities other than sinking the vessels.According to the Minister Susi Pudjiastuti, the government is still awaiting rulings from local maritime courts to determine the fate of the ships.“We currently have a choice between confiscating the ships for the state…

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