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Three New Patrol Boats deployed to illegal fishing hot-spots

Catching of illegal fishing in the waters of Papua New Guinea is made easier for the National Fisheries Authority.

The first three batches of Inshore Patrol sea crafts will be deployed to Western Province, Sandaun and Eastern side of Port Moresby to Milne Bay, by January next year.

Those three provinces are the main “hot spots” of illegal fishing including Jayapura, Solomon Islands and Bouganville.

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