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Inspect Pak Phanang Bay Fisheries Business All Parties Cooperate Well

On 15th January, 2022, the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources by the Marine and Coastal Resources Office No.5 (Songkhla) led the Marine and Coastal Resources309 together with The Thai Maritime Enforcement Command Center Nakhon Si Thammarat and related agencies Investigate maritime security threats, including the use of illegal fishing gear. fishing vessels inspection Labor inspections on fishing vessels or human trafficking and smuggling oil without going through customs Pak Phanang Bay area and Pak Nakhon Bay Nakhon Si Thammarat Province and inspected 1 fishing vessels, a trawl vessel ready to publicize the legal fishing not to infringe and act accordingly The Marine and Coastal Resources Management Act of 2015, including the Fisheries Royal Ordinance B.E. 2015 and the Fisheries Royal Decree No. 2 B.E.2017, and to manage waste on fishing vessels by collecting and Bringing the rubbish back to the shore The results of the inspection of the vessels did not find any illegal activities and have complete and correct documents.

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