PNA-ISSF cooperation to develop fisheries

The PNA and ISSF have agreed to cooperate in support of domestic fisheries

A consortium of eight Pacific Island countries that controls the world’s largest sustainable tuna purse seine fishery has joined forces with the International Sustainable Seafood Foundation (ISSF) to cooperate on FAD tracking, the Vessel Day Scheme and purse seine vessel registry.

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