Binh Dinh (VNA) – The south-central province of
Binh Dinh is determined to have no local fishing boats violating foreign waters
in the next six months before the European Commission (EC) reviews the “yellow
card” against Vietnamese fisheries sector, according to Secretary of the provincial
Party Committee Ho Quoc Dung.
Dung said that the province will strictly handle leaders of
localities that see fishing vessels violating foreign waters, while not
allowing boats with a length of less than 15m to conduct fishing activities.
He underlined the need to build a coordination regulations on illegal,
unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing prevention and combat between Binh
Dinh and southern localities, along with the sending of a working team to
localities where Binh Dinh fishing vessels are operating to give legal
education for ship owners.
The provincial leader said that the locality will also focus on strengthening…