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Four fishing boats operating under a Vietnamese flag were captured for illegal fishing in the North Natuna Sea.
The Fisheries and Maritime Affairs Ministry captures six foreign illegal fishing boats operating over Indonesian waters over North Natuna.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry has repatriated an Indonesian fisherman from Aceh who was detained in Myanmar.
Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry caught 8 Indonesian-flag fishing boats committed operational violations in North Natuna Sea and Madura waters.
The Indonesian government will sink 10 foreign illegal fishing boats that were caught over Indonesian waters.
Indonesia and Norway agreed to strengthen bilateral ties in combating illegal fishing as an effort to maintain ocean sustainability.
Twenty-eight fishermen from KM BSK 45 vessel of Aceh Province were repatriated home on Saturday, January 30, by using Garuda aircraft.
Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries apprehends an illegal fishing boat flying the Malaysian flag over the Malaka Strait.
The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry announced that it had apprehended 80 illegal fishing vessels for the past year in 2020.
The two Vietnam ships were arrested without much resistance.
The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry has once again captured three foreign fishing vessels due to illegal fishing over the Natuna Sea.
The Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative (IOJI) on Monday reported alleged illegal fishing activities by a Chinese vessel in North Natuna.
Back when Susi Pudjiastuti served as a minister, Satgas 115 was established under the Presidential Decree on the task force to combat illegal fishing.
Former minister Susi Pudjiastuti unceasingly voiced her hopes the government acts firmly in upholding the law against illegal foreign fishing boats.
The Maritime Security Board (Bakamla) said China's coast guard vessels have again trespassed North Natuna waters today, December 31.
Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Edhy Prabowo said his ministry had beefed up the monitoring in Indonesian waters, including Natuna.
Minister Edhy Prabowo maintains that detonating and sinking captured illegal fishing boats will not be his main priority.
Maritime Affairs Minister Edhy Prabowo might sink and destroy six confiscated illegal fishing boats captured under Susi Pudjiastuti's leadership.
Five fishermen from Papua's capital of Jayapura are scheduled to be tried in court of law in neighboring Papua New Guinea (PNG) over illegal fishing.
Analysis of navigation system data by the Global Fishing Watch helped capture an illegal fishing vessel long wanted by the Interpol.