Pakistan’s Fishing Sector has huge potential to earn foreign exchange: President

Government of PakistanPakistan’s Fishing Sector has huge potential to earn foreign exchange: President

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: President Dr. Arif Alvi has said that the fishing sector in Pakistan needs to be strengthened as it has huge potential to earn foreign exchange and create employment opportunities.

While chairing a meeting on the fishing policy of Pakistan in Islamabad on Thursday, the president also emphasized the need to promote sustainable fishing in the Country.

The meeting was attended by the Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Haider Zaidi, the Secretary M/o Maritime Affairs (MoMA) Rizwan Ahmed, and Senior Officials of the Ministry.

The Minister for Maritime Affairs briefed the president about the challenges and problems being faced by the fishing sector in Pakistan.

The president asked MoMA to take necessary measures to discourage illegal fishing and take all stakeholders on board in this regard.

Dr. Arif Alvi also emphasized the need to adopt fishing practices as per international standards as it would open up new markets for Pakistani exporters.

President Arif Alvi remarked that the development of the fishing sector would also help to alleviate poverty in the Country.

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