terça-feira, 28 de agosto de 2012

More News From the Sea

*Fretilin calls for investigation into Hera Port Construction
Timor Post, August 28, 2012

The National Parliament Members from FRETILIN bench has called on the Government and Company that constructed Hera Port to be responsible for the damage of the Port.

MP Inacio Moreira from FRETILIN said the process of Hera Naval Port construction was problematic, FRETILIN had called on the government in the past about its quality, in fact it was damaged.

“The Construction is problematic and we had called on the Government in the past about the quality of the construction, but they still building the Port as a result it has been broken down, therefore, investigation is necessary,” he said.

*Lusitania will operate in southern coast

Timor Post, August 28, 2012

According to the plan, Lusitania, the ship that the Government bought from Samudra Permay Company will operate in the southern coast of the country, the State Secretary for Security (SES), Fransisco Guterres said.

“We bought the ship for controlling the Timor Sea of the southern West Coast, therefore, I have talked with the Timorese National Police (PNTL) commander, Commissioner Longuinhos Monteiro to begin doing the patrol in that area routinely,” he said.

Police Marine Unit commander, Superintendent Lino Saldanha said Lusitania ship would do operations after coordinating with Government through the State Secretariat of Security and other competent institutions.

*Lusitania ready to combat illegal fishing in Timor Sea 
Independente August 28, 2012

State Secretary for Security Francisco Guterres said the Timorese National Police (PNTL) Marine Police Unit (UPM) has provided Lusitania, the ship that government purchased from Indonesia to help facilitate them to better control illegal fishing in the Timor Sea.

Guterres affirmed that, PNTL commands had order UPM members to hold operations to fight against illegal fishing and drug trafficking in the sea.

He added the first mission of Lusitania ship was to hold patrol in the southern coast part of the country to control illegal fishing.

“PNTL general commander has given orientation to UPM to hold routine patrol in the southern coast of the country,” Guterres said.


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