Indian Ocean Fishery Commission (IOFC)
Commission des pêches pour l'Océan Indien (CPOI)
Comisión de Pesca para el Oceano Indico
1967, by Article VI-1 of the Constitution of the B-XB0971 - FAO, at the 48th session of the Council. First session Sep 1968. Rules of Procedure adopted 1968 and amended 1977. Ceased activities in 1999.
Promote, assist and coordinate national programmes in fishery development and conservation; promote research and development activities; examine problems of offshore resources management.
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Committees (3): Development and Management of the Fishery Resources of the Gulfs; Development and Management of Fisheries in the Southwest Indian Ocean; Development and Management of Fisheries in the Bay of Bengal.
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