WESTERN PACIFIC FISHERIES ENDS THREE DAY MEETING; REPORT TO FOLLOW
The Western Pacific Region Fishery Management Council concluded its 156th Meeting yesterday evening at the Gov. H. Rex Lee Auditorium. The three-day meeting was adjourned by Council Chairman Arnold Pelacios.
Pelacios told Samoa News that “there are specific issues that we’ve discussed throughout this three-day meeting, including Samoa specific issues— such as marine sanctuaries, coral listings, endangered species issues, fishery development issues, and some of the needs and the wants of this community.”
He added, “We have input and ideas from the local community, especially the fishing community. It was a very complicated three-day meeting, but I am very happy that we were able to go over all the agenda items. Overall, we are very humbled and honored to be here.”
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