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10 June 2014


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I placed this article and Ron Kone's comment on the Sepik Region Development Discussion Forum on Facebook.

Keith Angen has recently commented - Thank you for this article. I am a fisheries observer under seasonal employment contract from the National Fisheries Authority.

Because of this concern my job becomes crucial. People like me spend time on PNG licenced fishing vessels to collect scientific and compliance data for the fisheries scientist and managers.

Commercial fishing vessels are prohibited to fish within 12 nautical miles from any shore line. As fisheries observers we keep a watchful eye on that part. Vessels will get prosecuted if they breach that part. So I can only say things are being taken care of.

This report speaks volumes.

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