The Secretariat of Vietnam's request regarding being determined to remove the 'Yellow Card' warning in 2024

The Secretariat of Vietnam's request regarding being determined to remove the 'Yellow Card' warning in 2024
Trần Thanh Rin

Is it true that the Secretariat of Vietnam has given a request regarding being determined to remove the 'Yellow Card' warning in 2024?

The Secretariat of Vietnam's request regarding being determined in removing 'Yellow Card' warning in 2024

The Secretariat of Vietnam's request regarding being determined to remove the 'Yellow Card' warning in 2024 (Internet image)

Regarding this matter, LawNet would like to answer as follows: 

This is the content mentioned in Directive 32-CT/TW dated April 10, 2024, on strengthening the Party's leadership in the work of combating illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing and sustainable development of the fisheries sector, issued by the Central Executive Committee.

The Secretariat of Vietnam's request regarding being determined to remove the 'Yellow Card' warning in 2024

To promote the work of combating IUU fishing and ensure sustainable development of the fisheries sector, the Party Secretary requests Party committees, party organizations, government authorities, the Vietnam Fatherland Front, and political-social organizations to focus on implementing several key urgent tasks as follows:

- Identifying the work of combating IUU fishing as an important and urgent task with long-term significance for the sustainable development of the fisheries sector. It is the responsibility of the entire political system and society, primarily the executive committee, party organizations, and leaders at the sectoral and local levels who are directly responsible for leadership, guidance, creating unity, coordination, and high determination to achieve the goal of removing the 'Yellow Card' warning in 2024 and maintaining sustainable results, contributing to socio-economic development, protecting maritime sovereignty and rights, and enhancing Vietnam's political, diplomatic, and international position.

- Strengthening propaganda and dissemination of laws, raising awareness among executive committees, party organizations, government authorities, officials, party members, businesses, and coastal and island fishing communities about sustainable development of the fisheries sector, and combating IUU fishing. Paying attention to mobilization work, grasping the situation, timely early detection, and prevention of intentional violations by fishing vessels and fishermen, especially illegal fishing in foreign waters.

- Promoting the role of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, political-social organizations, mass organizations, and media agencies in mobilization work, propaganda, raising awareness, responsibility, and law-abiding consciousness; timely reflecting violations, commending organizations and individuals who have well implemented the Party's guidelines, policies, and laws on combating IUU fishing, contributing to achieving the goals of early removal of the 'Yellow Card' warning as set out in the objectives.

- Effectively implementing the Party's resolutions and orientations on the sustainable development strategy of Vietnam's marine economy until 2030, with a vision to 2045; national plans, strategies, and programs related to sustainable development and international integration of the fisheries sector. Urgently reviewing, improving policies, laws, and adding strict sanctions for violations; promptly addressing limitations, shortcomings, and improving the effectiveness of the work of combating IUU fishing.

- Paying attention to policies on aquaculture, exploitation, conservation, and development of fisheries resources, preservation, and processing for export; providing support policies for modernizing fishing professions, improving livelihoods, vocational training, creating conditions for fishermen to venture further offshore, cling to the sea, and improve their lives.

- Enhancing international cooperation, especially with European countries and the EU, strengthening diplomatic measures, seizing support from relevant parties to remove the 'Yellow Card' warning as soon as possible; not allowing Vietnamese fishing vessels and fishermen to engage in illegal fishing in foreign waters that may affect relations with other countries.

- Vietnamese representative agencies abroad coordinating with domestic functional agencies to collect records, documents, judgments, and decisions of the host country regarding violations by fishing vessels and fishermen to serve investigation, handling, and protection of citizens; timely conducting diplomatic efforts regarding Vietnamese fishing vessels and fishermen who do not violate IUU fishing being apprehended and handled by foreign authorities in overlapping and disputed areas that have not been demarcated with other countries.

- Promoting negotiations and signing of agreements on the delimitation of exclusive economic zones and continental shelves between Vietnam and other countries.

More details can be found in Directive 32-CT/TW dated April 10, 2024.

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