The Delegation of the European Union in Mauritania attended, on June 17 in Nouadhibou, the delivery of ten Mauritanian coastal vessels to fish captains. This ceremony marks an important step in the implementation of the sectorial support provided for within the Fisheries Partnership Agreement between the Islamic Republic of Mauritania and the European Union.

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The seventieth anniversary of FAO

The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries Mr Aziz Akhanouch in Morocco celebrated the Seventieth anniversary of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) at the International Exhibition of Agriculture of Meknes-Morocco, April 29, 2015, with the presence of Mr Michael George Hage, FAO representative in Morocco, and Ms. Sandra McCardell, the Canadian Ambassador who agreed to participate in person in this celebration.

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Open day on the development of aquaculture in the Mediterranean Sea.

Will fishing be soon overtaken by a trend toward aquaculture? This is at least what comes out of the open day on aquaculture development perspectives in the Mediterranean held on Thursday, April 16th in Nador.

The various national and international actors in the sector seem to converge towards the need to develop aquaculture with the interests of sustainability. "With the decline of marine resources, aquaculture is trying to emerge as a sustainable and reasonable alternative," according to Mr Abdellatif Belkouch, director of INFOSAMAK centre.

It must be said that this is a global trend. Fish consumption in the world is increasing and natural resources of the planet will soon be unable to support this request. Today, two fish for consumption is produced from aquaculture. "In the past, the man lived on hunting and fishing. Today he no longer hunts. How long will he continue to fish? ", Asked Mr. François René, President of the aquaculture committee of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM), recalling that the fish is now the commodity most traded in the world.

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INFOSAMAK participates at the International Conference on Molluscan Shellfish Safety

INFOSAMAK participated at the 10th session of the International Conference on Molluscan Shellfish Safety held in Puerto Varas, Chile on 15-20 March 2015. INFOSAMAK took part as a speaker at the FAO round table session on international practices in bivalve sanitation programme. INFOSAMAK made a presentation on problems faced by developing countries in implementing shellfish sanitation programmes, case study of Arab countries.

Through a Letter of Agreement (LoA) with FAO, INFOSAMAK facilitated the participation of representatives from developing countries.

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