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To ensure greater safety, efficiency and financial sustainability, the management of fishing ports and other such infrastructure will henceforth be carried out by the government indirectly ,
According to a press release, the Council of Ministers at its 5th Ordinary Session on February 20, 2018, considered and approved the decree establishing the National Institute for the Development and Management of Fisheries Infrastructures (INFRAPESCA).
INFRAPESCA, reads the communique, is a public legal entity with legal personality and administrative, financial and patrimonial autonomy, created to exercise authority in fishing ports and other fishing infrastructures, with a view to ensuring their development and management, as well as implementation of hygienic fishery management measures in fishing ports and related infrastructure.Source: Notícias
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