Representatives from Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Chile attended this meeting.
On January 29th and 30th, in Guayaquil Ecuador, the South Pacific Permanent C+ommission Assembly (CPPS) was held, the activity is carried out every two years and aims to review the CPPS programs and actions progress and adopts the decisions it deems pertinent regarding future operation.
Luis Parot Donoso, IFOP Executive Director commented “during Dr. Carole Durussel presentation from the German Institute, an institution that leads governance initiatives for areas beyond national jurisdiction and existing marine biodiversity in high sea protection and sustainable use. The professional invited to participate in a meeting Fisheries Development Institute about this topic that will be held at the end of February in Lima Peru and that brings together representatives from various countries, NGOs and the most important research centers in the South East Pacific. ”
Luis Parot, thanked the invitation and pledged IFOP participation in the activity that will be held during February in Lima, also expressed support for the STRONG HIGH SEAS project https://www.prog-ocean.org/our-work/strong-high-seas/ and to protection of marine biodiversity and the regulation of coastal activities at sea initiatives.