June 9, 2021, 07.44 AM

“The seas are not the sole responsibility for Indonesia and its people, but also for other countries and peoples around the world, because human life depends on the ocean,” he said.

“Management of fisheries and other marine sectors are based on this awareness, as well as blue water economic principles, in which maritime conservation is closely linked to economic development and the public’s wellbeing. ”

He and Girardin pointed out that the blue water principles included stamping out practices such as illegal fishing, which continues to be widespread in Indonesia and other countries.

(Editor: Amalia Purnama Sari)



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