SCC committee reviews Sharjah Fish Resources Authority’s policy

May 01, 2024 / 3:45 PM
Sharjah 24: The Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Municipalities, Security and Public Utilities Affairs Committee of Sharjah Consultative Council (SCC) held a meeting in the presence of Council members’ applicants to formulate their questions that are scheduled to be raised during the discussion of the policy of Sharjah Fish Resources Authority, in the next session.
A number of key issues related to stimulating the revival and advancement of the fishing profession, and supporting cooperative stores (local market) in Sharjah were reviewed. In addition the committee discuseed the results of the visit made by the committee to Sharjah Fish Resources Authority reviewing its efforts in providing all forms of support available to fishermen and their activities at the emirate level.

The meeting, which was held at SCC headquarters, was chaired by Ahmed Rashid Al Shamsi, the committee’s rapporteur, and was attended by members of the committee, in addition to the presence of SCC members’ applicants, and from the general secretariat of the council, Amna Basalib, Sessions Affairs Officer, Secretary of the Committee, and Islam Al Shiwi, media expert.

During the meeting, Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Municipalities, Security and Public Utilities Affairs Committee, with the participation of Council members, examined and discussed many important issues related to the role of Sharjah Fish Resources Authority in enhancing its contribution to food security and development in Sharjah.

During the meeting, a number of important topics were reviewed, including projects to develop fish wealth in cooperation with fishermen’s associations and concerned authorities.

A set of important questions and inquiries that are of interest to the attendees were raised, especially those related to developing aspects of the fishery sector in the Emirate of Sharjah, highlighting this inherited profession, and what distinguishes Sharjah to achieve remarkable successes in this sector.
May 01, 2024 / 3:45 PM

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