Argentina and Spain sign memorandum of cooperation in fisheries and aquaculture
Ministers for Agriculture from Argentina and Spain signing the collaboration deal, in Buenos Aires. (Photo: Ministerio de Agroindustria)
Minister of Agribusiness of the Nation Luis Miguel Etchevehere and his Spanish counterpart, Luis Planas, signed a Memorandum of Understanding for Bilateral Cooperation on Fisheries and Aquaculture, in the framework of the meeting of Agriculture Ministers of the G-20, which took place between July 27 and 28 in Buenos Aires.
In this framework, a collaboration scheme is established for fisheries, which will allow coordination and ensure the conservation and sustainable use of straddling fish stocks, the fight against illegal and unreported illegal fishing (IUU), and collaboration in scientific research in the area adjacent to the Argentine exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
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