ASEAN-South Korea 2nd workshop on oceans, fisheries held

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The 2nd workshop on Oceans and Fisheries between Southeast Asia and the Republic of Korea was held online yesterday afternoon. A Myanmar delegation led by Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation Dr Aung Gyi participated in the discussion.
The workshop aimed to identify common areas of cooperation between senior officials of the participating countries to improve the marine environment and the development of sustainable fisheries sectors in the ASEAN region.
Deputy Minister Dr Aung Gyi elaborated that Myanmar would work together with member nations to avoid litter and pollution by maintaining a healthy marine environment and eradicating illegal fishing for the long-term sustainability of the fishery. It would also expand joint fisheries management in collaboration with local fishers in inshore waters, identify fish resources conservation zones in offshore fishing, protect fish habitats for an increase in fish resources, and develop saltwater aquaculture technologies and research.
The workshop was hosted by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries of the Republic of Korea and organized by the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology. The workshop was attended by Deputy Minister for Oceans and Fisheries of South Korea Mr Sang Keun Song, officials from the ASEAN Secretariat, senior officials from the ASEAN member states, and ocean and fisheries researchers. — MNA

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