IN BRIEF - Fisheries will grow by 250,000 tonnes if the Hague favors Peru
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
The fisheries sector in Tacna would be one of the main beneficiaries if a favorable verdict wii be provided to Peru at the International Court in The Hague. The verdict , which will end the dispute with Chile over a sea area , will be issued on 27 January.
The regional production director , Luis Muñante said that if the positive result would have a larger area of ??sea for fishing. This was reflected in an increase in production hydrobiological 250 thousand tons per year. The amount is currently extracted by the neighboring country of Chile, the area in dispute, and is the third of its fish production.
If Peru obtained the sovereignty of the area would be allocated 20% of the volume of production for direct human consumption and the remaining 80 % for industrial fishing. Among the species that focus on most in the area are mackerel, anchovies, tuna and parrot .
They are currently thirteen Peruvian fishing vessels are detained in Arica for having entered the area remains in dispute with Chile to perform fishing operations.
Measure in force from January 10 and for seven days
The Ministry of Production (Produce) established the suspension of the extractive activities of the anchovy and white anchovy resources as of January 10, 2021, and for a period of seven days, in the area between 09 ° 00'LS and 10 ° 00'LS, from 20 to 60 miles from the coast.
Through Ministerial Resolution No. 00011-2021-Produce, published today in an extraordinary edition of the legal regulations of the official newspaper El Peruano, it was indicated that the suspension zone is located from the coast of Chimbote to that of Huarmey.
The Institute of the Sea of Peru (Imarpe) will carry out the monitoring and follow-up of the main biological, population and fishing indicators of the anchovy resource, having to inform and promptly recommend the fisheries management measures to the ministry.
Cayetana Aljovín (SNP), from Peru, Álvaro de Tomas Kutz and Mauricio Orellana (COMEPESCA), from Mexico, have confirmed at the beginning of the Summit 2020 congress a recovery of local markets. “There is a greater interest in marine protein. People ask for information on the history of fishing and fishermen. We have verified, "said Comepesca's Mexican representatives. For her part, Cayetana Aljovín pointed out that "we are going to be the last generation that can make the change", and gave an account of the projects that the National Society of Pequerías of Peru had developed.
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