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« เมื่อ: พฤศจิกายน 16, 2006, 11:19:07 PM »

Source: DaijiWorld  World News    15/11/2006 22:57:41
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Everything is being done to reduce depleting fish stocks in the UAE with more than half a million fish released into the Gulf annually, according to the Ministry of Environment and Water.

 

Fish farms in the UAE are working to increase this number to release more fish, mainly sea breams, mullets and rabbit-fish.

 

The report issued last week by the journal Science claiming that fish could be off the menu in less than 50 years due to over-fishing and depleting fish stocks, has been refuted by fishery officials in Dubai who say the UAE will not be affected.

 

"We don't believe the report as it doesn't match up with the references that we are getting from abroad. I don't believe the fish stocks are going down that much because most countries are controlling their fish stocks," said Ahmad Al Jinahi, director of the fisheries department at the Ministry of Environment and Water.

 

He added that fishermen were not reporting that they are catching less fish. "We carried out a survey in 2002 and from our observations the fish stocks are under control. We don't allow big companies with trawlers to operate in the Gulf and there is not the big trade here that is allowed in other countries," said Al Jinahi.

 

"People fish for their need. Overseas there is a big trading in fish but those companies are not allowed to fish in our waters," he added.

 

According to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) the report was a global one and no UAE-specific threat exists of fish supplies decreasing.

 

Kayan Jaff, the UAE representative of the FAO said the UAE is actively working to restock the main stock of certain fish varieties.

 

"If you took a fish map of the world you would see in certain areas that there is over-fishing but the UAE is not directly or indirectly being affected by this and they have fish farms to repopulate the sea of its consumption," said Jaff.

 
 
 
 
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