IUUFIllegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing
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Typical PSMs include notification of port entry, use of designated ports, restrictions on entry, landing and transshipment of seafood catches, restrictions on supplies or services, regular port inspections plus trade sanctions against IUUF.
After being threatened with blacklisting, the Philippines engaged the EU and began a formal dialogue on IUUF to address perceived shortcomings in its legal, administrative, and technical frameworks for ensuring sustainable fisheries.
"President Aquino will go there and assure these countries that he's visiting that the Philippines is serious about combating IUUF, and that we're undertaking measures," Collinson said.
Huge profits accrue only to the corporate few, much to the disadvantage of smallscale fisherfolk who cannot compete with commercial fishing vessels that encroach on municipal waters and where IUUF is rampant.
However, the Philippines maintained its position that there is an 'inherent' and 'inseparable' link between illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUUF) and WTO member-countries concerns on 'conflicting claims over maritime jurisdictions.'
This commitment is taken through efforts to fight Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUUF), development of economy and coastal shipment security and the souvereignty of the United State of the Republic of Indonesia.
At the inquiry of the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Food, BFAR officials were grilled by its committee chairman, Villar, for supposedly snubbing the panel's requests for reports on the implementation of the Republic Act No 10654 or the Act to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing (IUUF), which amended RA 8550 or the Fisheries Code of 1998.