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Guinea,Senegal : SENEGAL to discuss on new protocols on fisheries with GUINEA.

The Senegalese ministry of Fisheries and Maritime Economy said, the Senegalese and Bissau Guinean governments will in January 2016 start a new round of discussions for the inking of a new form of protocol in maritime fishing.

The announcement added, The two ministers agreed to open of a new round of talks with the view to signing of a new protocol for the application of the convention on maritime fishing between Senegal and Guinea Bissau. The negotiations due to last three months with three rounds will kick off as early as January 2016 and end in mid-March 2016.

The bid comes on the times of a conference of experts of bith the nations in Bissau after which, the 14 December 2013 protocol executing the deal between Guinea Bissau and Senegal on maritime fishing inked in Dakar on 22 December, 1978 was extended for 3 months.

As per the 2 groups, the broadening of the mutual deal assures their desire to maintain and fortify bilateral partnership in the arena of marine fisheries.

They once again reassured their steadfast fixity of purpose to enable sustainable fisheries upgrade in both the nations, taking into account the need to review and deepen the provisions of the protocol.

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Date:Jan 2, 2016
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