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“HENCEFORTH NOBODY SHOULD EXPECT PLENTY OF ANCHOVIES”

Piraziz Fisheries Cooperative President of Giresun, Hamdi Arslan, said that even though the anchovy is like sand in the sea, it will end with this type of fishing. Arslan stated that the ban on anchovy hunting in our country is not enough. Piraziz (a district of Giresun province) Fisheries Cooperative …

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“20 MILLION DOLLARS OF FISHERY EXPORTS PROVIDED FROM SAMSUN PROVINCE”

From Samsun to the European Union, Japan, South Korea, China and the Middle East countries, 20 million dollars foreign currency inflow is provided from fish exports to the Middle East countries. Samsun Provincial Director of Agriculture and Forestry İbrahim Sağlam, in his written statement, said that Samsun is one of …

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FISHERIES SECTOR EXPORTS OVER 1 BILLION DOLLARS DESPITE THE PANDEMIC…

Press release… Aquaculture industry takes firm steps forward to the 2023 export target of 1.5 billion dollars. While there was a 7 percent contraction in world commodity trade in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Turkish seafood industry increased its exports by 4 percent to 1 billion 53 million dollars. …

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OVEREXPLOITATION OF VITAL FISH STOCKS IN MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK SEA DECREASES…

Marine ecosystems and fisheries in the Mediterranean and Black seas have increasingly been stripped of their resources by humans over the decades, but the latest data suggests a corner has finally been turned in the overexploitation of the region’s vital fish stocks. According to a recent report on the State …

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THE STATE OF FISHERY AND AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY BRIEFINGS CONTINUE WITH KYRGYZSTAN…

Press release… Janybek Kerimaliev, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Agriculture, Food Industry and Melioration of the Kyrgyz Republic, highlighted the importance of the webinars for improving food security. Haydar Fersoy, Senior Fishery and Aquaculture Officer of FAO, also explained that “regional networking, exchange of experiences, knowledge and good practices contribute to …

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FISHCap PROJECT SIGNED BETWEEN TURKEY AND AZERBAIJAN IN BAKU…

Press release… December 9, 2020; Baku Azerbaijan has taken part officially in the project titled as “Capacity building for Management of Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Products in Central Asia, Azerbaijan and Turkey (FISHCap), one of the projects implemented within the framework of FAO – Turkey Food and Agriculture Partnership Programme …

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ZANZIBAR SECURES 3 BILLION DOLLARS FROM TURKISH FIRM TO BOOST FISHING…

DAR ES SALAAM-Anadolu Agency A Tanzanian firm has sealed a 3 billion dollars deal with a Turkish investment firm to develop modern fish processing facilities and a landing port, local officials said on Nov. 28. The investment in Zanzibar-based Salmin Fisheries by Northland Capital Investment is part of the government’s “blue” economy policy …

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İHSAN BOZAN: TURKISH FARMED FISH MOSTLY PREFERRED ACROSS THE WORLD

Kılıç Seafood Co., which stepped into the sector with 30 tonnes of production in 1991 at the facilities in Milas and Bodrum districts of Muğla province, increased its capacity further with the incubation facilities and farms it established in different regions, especially in Bodrum area. With the works done in …

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PAKDEMİRLİ: WE CONTINUE TO SUPPORT OUR FISHERMEN

Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli stated that they will continue their payments to support fishing vessels smaller than 10 metres this year and that they paid 28.2 million liras to small-scale boat owners in 3 years. In his written statement, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli reminded …

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SALMON FILLETS EXPORTED TO THE WHOLE WORLD FROM RİZE!

Rize Inland Aquaculture Producers’ Association and Kuzuoğlu Group Chairman Hasan Kuzuoğlu said that salmon fillets processed by women from Rize and Fındıklı district are sold to many corners of the world. As of today, we have exported about 28 million dollars.” Kuzuoğlu met with journalists and made observations at the …

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