New regulations on recording and submitting fishing logs

New regulations on recording and submitting fishing logs
Bảo Ngọc

On January 18, 2022, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development issued Circular 01/2022/TT-BNNPTNT amending and supplementing a number of circulars in the fisheries sector.

Accordingly, amending and supplementing Clause 1, Article 4 of Circular 21/2018/TT-BNNPTNT on recording and submitting fishing diaries and reports for ships catching aquatic resources as follows:

Captains of ships catching fishery resources with the largest length of 12 meters or more must daily keep a log of fishing according to Form No. 01, Appendix I issued together with this Circular; submit the fishing log to the fishing port management organization before the time of loading and unloading aquatic products .

(Current regulations are within 24 hours after the ship completes loading and unloading seafood through the port).

The fishing logbook is recorded in a paper copy with the captain's signature or an electronic logbook with an identification code for each fishing vessel installed by the equipment supplier and automatically updated with the trip number in the year. Japan. (New content added)

In addition, Circular 01/2022 also additionally stipulates:

Electronic fishing logbook; The electronic certificate of fishery raw materials in accordance with the prescribed form is used as a basis for certification and certification of caught fishery products.

Circular 01/2022/TT-BNNPTNT takes effect from March 4, 2022 and replaces Circular 13/2020/TT-BNNPTNT .


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