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Government Shares Fishery Information with INESMA

8 November 2012, at 12:00am

SPAIN - The Director General of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Andres Hermida and President of the Institute of Marine Studies for Nutrition and Wellness (INESMA), Juan Jose de la Cerda, have signed a collaboration agreement for the exchange, use and dissemination of information relating to the production, processing and marketing of fisheries and aquaculture.

The agreement also addresses the relationship with the environment, sustainability, biodiversity and providing low social and economic aspects of the fishing activity.

To this end, both the Ministry and the Institute will exchange studies and reports related to these issues, and other information of interest to the professional fishing sector.

The dissemination of information generated in the course of the proceedings of the Convention through their respective websites will also be shared.

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