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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.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti called on the ministry to preserve its program of legally-drowning illegal foreign fishing boats.
Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister, Susi Pudjiastuti, on Monday, led the sinking of illegal fishing boats that were caught operating illegally.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti on Sunday, October 6, led the sinking of 21 foreign fishing boats that were caught illegally fishing over Indonesian waters.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti calls on all countries to open the access to the Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) data in a bid to prevent illegal fishing.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti says the illegal fishing eradication program successfully boosts the country's fish production and stock.
Since 2014, the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry has sunk 516 vessels for conducting illegal fishing operations,
The Maritime and Fisheries Ministry will sink 30 ships captured for illegal fishing. Most of the ships are known to be registered in Vietnam.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti stated that sinking foreign vessel caught fishing illegally in Indonesian would be the key to eradicate illegal fishing.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti urged the European Union to impose a warning on Vietnam following the Natuna incident.
One of Indonesian Navy battleships physically clashed with a Vietnamese ship on Saturday, April 27, over illegal fishing issues.
The Fishery and Maritime Affairs Ministry has activated airborne surveillance to curb illegal fishing activities in Indonesian waters.
KKP urges the Foreign Affairs Ministry to issue a diplomatic note to the Malaysian government over illegal fishing, sovereignty violation, and others.
The Indonesian Task Force for illegal, unregistered, and unreported fishing (IUUF) is on alert for foreign vessels in disguise as Indonesian-flagged.
Fisheries and Maritime Affairs Minister Susi Pudjiastuti suspects that there are around 300 illegal fishing boats over Indonesian waters.
Lake Toba in North Sumatra and 14 other lakes across Indonesia are in critical condition.
The fisheries watchdog Destructive Fishing Watch (DFW) coordinator Abdi Suhufan said illegal fishing committed by foreign boats are still rampant.