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SEAFDEC participates in the Thirty-first Meeting of the Animals Committee

SEAFDEC officials attended the plenary session of the 31st Meeting of the Animals Committee (AC31) held on 31 May–4 June 2021 via videoconference. The AC31 was attended by experts as well as representatives from the Parties to CITES, observer Parties, and observer organizations. The Meeting discussed the progress of the Animals Committee at the last CoP18 and consideration before reporting …

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SEAFDEC participates in the Thirty-sixth APFIC

SEAFDEC was invited to join the 36th Session of the FAO Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission (APFIC) which was held virtually on 5–7 May 2021 and hosted by the Government of Thailand. The 36th APFIC was attended by a total of 50 participants who were representatives from the 17 member countries of the Commission, APFIC Secretariat, and partner organizations. This 36th Session …

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The Fifty-third Meeting of the Council SEAFDEC Press Statement

At the kind invitation of the Government of Lao People’s Democratic Republic by its Department of Livestock and Fisheries (DLF) of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) as host, the Fifty-third Meeting of the SEAFDEC Council was convened from 27 to 28 April and on 11 May 2021 through an online platform due to the unusual situation brought by …

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New guides to bolster shark and ray research and species identification in Southeast Asia

The Secretariat of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) and the CITES Secretariat have jointly published two guides to facilitate the identification of shark and ray species common in the Southeast Asian region. The purpose of the guides is to provide an accessible tool to help fisheries officers, fisheries researchers, CITES authorities and other relevant stakeholders in identifying sharks …

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Condolences to the demise of Dr. Siri Ekmaharaj

The SEAFDEC staff extends our deep condolences to the family of Dr. Siri Ekmaharaj, who served as Secretary-General of SEAFDEC for four years from 2005 to 2009. Dr. Siri will always be remembered and forever praised for his management of SEAFDEC that led to great progress of the organization and advanced the development of the fisheries of Southeast Asia. As …

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