Call for protection of resources on 19th National Fish Day

To celebrate today’s 19th National Fish Day, Minister of Agriculture Veng Sakhon has called on all fisherman to implement the seven recommendations of Prime Minister Hun Sen to protect and conserve fishery resources. ...

Son Minea

PM says fish stocks falling

Prime Minister Hun Sen urged Cambodians to fully develop inland fish production so they would not have to depend solely on fish caught in the Tonle Sap, Mekong and Bassac rivers for their main diet. ...

Sok Chan

Fish tale: A million released

A million fish formed the front line of the conservation fight yesterday, when Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries officials released them in Kampong Thom provincial waters, celebrating the launching of a national aquaculture institute. Yesterday’s celebration of National Fish Day in Baray district marks the official start ...

Hun Sen Calls on Public to Help Protect Tonle Sap Fisheries

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday marked National Fish Day by urging the public to report anyone fishing inside the Tonle Sap conservation area he established earlier this year to help protect and revive the lake’s vital fish stocks. “People have to dare to stand up and ...

Ahead of Titling, Hun Sen Urges Swift Resolution to Land Disputes

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday urged people to resolve their own land disputes to aid the progress of an ambitious land-titling project announced earlier this month. Speaking at an event in Kompong Cham province’s Kroch Chhmar district to mark National Fish Day, Mr. Hun Sen thanked ...

Cambodia releases 600,000 fry, shrimps to observe 10th National Fish Day

At least 500,000 baby fish and 100,000 young shrimps had been released into a reservoir in the Eastern part of Cambodia on Sunday to mark the 10th National Fish Day. Annual event is aimed at encouraging people to actively join forces to preserve fish species ...

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