Food support for Binh Dinh fishermen’s boats fishing in Truong Sa

Food support for Binh Dinh fishermen’s boats fishing in Truong Sa


TPO – Officers and soldiers of Son Ca island (belonging to Truong Sa island district, Khanh Hoa province) provided fresh water and food for Binh Dinh fishermen’s boats fishing in Truong Sa waters.

On the afternoon of February 13, officers and soldiers of Son Ca Island provided oil, food, fresh water and necessary supplies to the fishermen on the Binh Dinh fishing boat BD 97938 TS so that the boat could continue to go out to sea to fish. seafood in Truong Sa fishing grounds.

Previously, the fishing boat BD 97938 TS, owned by owner and captain Vo Ngoc Vu (born 1981, from Hoai Hai commune, Hoai Nhon district, Binh Dinh province), was fishing in the waters of Son Ca island and ran out of food. food, food and fresh water. There are 16 fishermen on board at this time, all from Binh Dinh province.

Son Ca Island presented the national flag to fishermen on the Binh Dinh fishing boat.

At 10:00 a.m. on February 13, Son Ca Island received information from the fishing boat owner asking for support and at 3:00 p.m. the same day, ship BD 97938 TS docked at Son Ca Island port. Son Ca Island supported this fishing vessel with 3,000 liters of fresh water, 50 kg of rice, 20 kg of assorted vegetables and fruits, 20 National flags and a number of other essential items. Officials and soldiers on Son Ca Island also organized visits, encouraged and propagated people to exploit sustainable seafood at sea.

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