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Diretor-Geral da FAO e Ministro brasileiro da Pesca e Aquicultura assinam carta de intenções para promover o setor

Roma, 11 de junho de 2014 – O Diretor-Geral da FAO, José Graziano da Silva, e o Ministro da Pesca e Aquicultura do Brasil, Eduardo Bendito Lopes, assinaram na tarde de hoje (11), em Roma, uma carta  de intenções que estabelece parceria com países africanos nos setores da pesca e da aquicultura.

De acordo com o documento, a FAO e o Brasil planejam desenvolver ações de cooperação técnica e ajudar

Photo: ©FAO/Ivo Balderi
Добровольные руководящие принципы обеспечения устойчивого маломасштабного рыбного промысла одобрены КОФИ

10 июня 2014, Рим -  Государства сегодня одобрили ряд принципов, которые будут способствовать увеличению роли мелких рыбаков в обеспечении глобальной продовольственной безопасности, улучшении питания и искоренении нищеты.

Добровольные руководящие принципы обеспечения устойчивого маломасштабного рыбного промысла в контексте обеспечения продовольственной безопасности и искоренения нищеты предназначены для поддержки миллионов мелких рыбаков, особенно в развивающихся странах, путем защиты прав человека и обеспечения устойчивого использования промысловых ресурсов, от которых они зависят в

FAO Director-General and Angola’s Minister for Fisheries meet on the sidelines of FAO’s Committee on Fisheries

11 June 2014, Rome - FAO’s Director-General met today with the Angolan Minister of Fisheries at the sidelines of the 31st session of the FAO Committee on Fisheries.

Minister Victoria Barros Neto thanked FAO for its continuous support, in particular in statistics for fisheries, and for helping Angola to benefit from South-South cooperation with Tanzania.

The Director-General thanked the minister for attending COFI and informed her about a regional statistics project that

“Fisheries and protein intake from fish must be a part of the nutrition debates,” Senaratne says

10 June 2014, Rome - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met Sri Lanka’s Minister of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Rajitha Senaratne, at the margins of FAO’s Committee on Fisheries (COFI).

Graziano da Silva welcomed the Minister’s participation in the sessions and Sri Lanka’s efforts, which have led to great achievements in fish production. National production in the country increased from 380 000 tons in 2009 to nearly 600

Photo: ©FAO/Abdelhak Senna
FAO Director-General at Committee on Fisheries says sustainable fisheries and aquaculture crucial to food security and nutrition

9 June 2014, Rome - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva opened a meeting of the world's only inter-governmental forum on fisheries and aquaculture issues, calling for urgent action to address climate change and other threats to sustainable fisheries and fish stocks.

FAO's Committee on Fisheries (COFI) opened its 9-13 June session to address a range of issues related to the long-term well-being of marine and inland fisheries