Sharks

People around the world go wild for wildlife!

 

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PRESS RELEASE
People around the world go wild for wildlife!

First World Wildlife Day gets ‘thunderous’ support

 

CITES Secretary General's intervention at the 14th Session of the FAO Committee on Fisheries Sub-Committee on Fish Trade

 

 

Fourteenth Session of the FAO Committee on 

Fisheries Sub-Committee on Fish Trade (COFI-FT)

Bergen, Norway, 24–28 February 2014

 

FAO-CITES related activities on commercially exploited aquatic species

John E Scanlon, Secretary General,

CITES getting ready for sharks and rays

Twelve months before the entry into force of CITES regulations on shark and rays, the European Union
approves a 1.2 million euro project to ensure their effective implementation. Brazil, China, Germany, Japan
and the United States have also offered support and technical assistance.
 

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