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Sri Lanka raises first formal protest against cross-border poaching

Sri Lanka raises first formal protest against cross-border poaching Exasperated by the unabated poaching by cross boarder flotillas from sub-continental coastline, people of Mannar District-one of the richest and most diverse fishery spots in the Asian Pacific Region-have finally braved many a sentiments and decided to take their case all the way to the Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka-and a historic regional resolution condemning poaching by Indian fishers has now been adopted for the first time in Sri Lanka. "The Mannar fishermen have been making their representations to me for a long time and I too have witnessed this poaching incident myself. Today I propose to adopt a resolution to stage our written protest to the Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka" declared Minister of Industry...
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