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Lusa - Business News - Guinea-Bissau: Bissau, Dakar renew fisheries agreement




Bissau, Jan. 14 (Lusa) - Guinea Bissau's and Senegal's fisheries ministers on Monday renewed a protocol that allows Guinean and Senegalese craft and industrial ship-owners to fish in the waters of the two territories, valid for two years.
The protocol, signed by Adiatu Nandigna, the Guinean minister of fisheries, and Omar Gueye, the Senegalese minister of fisheries and maritime economy, is to guide the practical application of a fishing convention between Guinea-Bissau and Senegal that has existed since 1978.
The convention provides for the sharing of some resources between the neighbouring countries and that shippers from both countries can operate in the waters of the two states.
Nandigna told Lusa, however, that fishermen from Guinea-Bissau do not carry out activities in the Senegalese part “perhaps due to the abundance of resources in the Guinean area or by lack of means of fishing.”
The two ministers agreed to increase by 4% the amount to be paid for licences, both for craft and industrial fisheries, and to increase by 17% the volume of fish caught, to supply the Guinean market, as well as to increase the number of local sailors in the vessels.
Nandigna stressed “the spirit of good neighbourly and friendship ties” between the countries but highlighted the fact that the government of Bissau intends to have the fisheries sector contribute to the entry of revenues into the state coffers and to create jobs for young people and women.
MB/IMYN // ADB.
Lusa

Agency : LUSA

Date : 2019-01-15 08:42:33







 

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