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  1. Eritrea - Fishers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Fisheries Proclamation (No. 176/2014). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2014-10-13 | ERI-2014-R-103959

    This Proclamation of the Government of Eritrea deals with a wide variety of matters concerning marine and inland fisheries, protection of marine wildlife and aquaculture. The main objective of this Proclamation is to ensure that exploitation of living marine aquatic resources is consistent with sustainable economic, environmental and social conditions.

    Contents
    I - Preliminary
    II - Administration
    III - Fisheries Management
    IV - Fishing Licences
    V - Aquaculture
    VI - Enforcement
    VII - General Provisoins

  2. Eritrea - Fishers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations to amend the Foreign Fishing Vessel Regulations L.N. No. 38/1998 (L.N. No. 70/2003). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2003-04-30 | ERI-2003-R-87833

    Article 2 is amended so as to change the meaning of "Department" in the principal Regulations. "Department" shall be the Fisheries Resources Regulatory Services Department of the Ministry of Fisheries.

  3. Eritrea - Fishers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Factory Vessel Regulations (L.N. No. 67/2003). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2003-04-30 | ERI-2003-R-94527

    These Regulations lay down the hygienic conditions that shall apply to handling (slaughtering, freezing, processing, salting, packing, etc.) of fish products on board of factory vessels Article 3 sets out minimum requirements for design and equipment. Article 4 prescribes design of areas for preparation and processing and freezing of fishery products. Article 6 prescribes requirements for vessels on which fish is frozen. A qualified person on board of a factory vessel shall be responsible for implementing best practices. Article 10 defines hygienic conditions applicable to heading, gutting and filetting, canning, smoking, thawing, etc. of fish. Article 24 contains general conditions for visual inspection of fish products. (27 articles)

  4. Eritrea - Fishers - Law, Act

    Heavy Metals Regulations (L.N. No. 66 Of 2003). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2003-04-30 | ERI-2003-L-101057

    These Regulations lay down the measures for the monitoring of the heavy metals: Mercury, Lead and Cadmium in fishery and aquaculture products.

  5. Eritrea - Fishers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Foreign Fishing Vessel Regulations (L.N. No. 38/1998). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1998-05-25 | ERI-1998-R-87834

    These Regulations make provision for the granting of fishing and other licenses to foreign fishing vessels, lay down some rules relative to operations of those vessels in Eritrean waters, and prescribe offences and penalties. No fishing license shall be granted to a vessel which is not registered with the Ministry of Fisheries (art. 3). The First Schedule provides a form of fishing license and the Second Schedule a form of a transshipment license. Article 5 concerns fees. Conditions that in general apply to operations of foreign fishing vessels are set out in article 6. Agents shall be appointed for each vessel for which an application for registration or granting of a license is made (art.7). Remaining provisions set out rules for operations of vessels such as the stowage of gear, disposal of waste matter, and the fitting out of vessels, regulate scienti8fic research (art. 17) and prescribe offences and penalties. The Third Schedule contains specifications for the marking of vessels. (22 articles)

  6. Eritrea - Fishers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    National Fishing Vessel Regulations (L.N. No. 39/1998). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1998-05-25 | ERI-1998-R-87836

    These Regulations make provision for the granting of national and fishing to fishing vessels, lay down some rules relative to operations of those vessels in Eritrean waters, and prescribe offences and penalties. Vessels that are not motorized or motorized but not exceeding four meters of overall length and vessels used exclusively for recreation fishing shall not be required to operate under a license (art. 3). Applications for a national fishing vessel license shall be made to the Head of Department of the Ministry of Fisheries (art. 4). Article 6 makes provision with respect to fees. Article 7 specifies general conditions that apply to vessels operating under a national fishing vessel license. No spear guns shall be used (art. 10). Marine turtles are declared to be protected species under article 11. (14 articles completed by 2 Schedules: (form of) application for a national fishing vessel license (I; (form of) national fishing vessel license)


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