The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) Ministry arranged a plan for asserting misfortunes for harm caused to the coral reef environment in Raja Ampat, West Papua, following the MV Sabuk Nusantara wreck in February 2021.
The plan will look for equity to reestablish harmed marine and fishery assets in the Raja Ampat waters attributable to the wreck of MV Sabuk Nusantara 62, acting Director General of the service’s Marine and Fishery Resources Supervision Antam Novambar noted in an official statement here on Friday.
The service has shaped a group to confirm the degree of coral reef harm, measure the financial effects, and decide the worth of pay for the misfortune that should be paid by the boat’s proprietor.
For them, Fishing is the primary wellspring of vocation of individuals at the area. Obviously, there are monetary misfortunes endured by the nearby local area because of this harm.
In the interim, the service’s Director of Supervision for the Management of Marine Resources, Halid K. Jusuf, expressed that the KKP had been planning with the provincial government and the Raja Ampat Police for taking care of the case. Along with this, The coral reef harm happened at the Raja Ampat National Water Conservation Area (KKPN SAP) and the waters of Gag Island.
The influenced corals incorporate delicate and hard corals. MV Sabuk Nusantara 62 steered into the rocks in the waters of Raja Ampat on February 3, 2021. The wreck made harm the coral reef biological system in the KKPN SAP and Gag Island Waters.
Right now, the CTF is currently mentioning remuneration through an out-of-court question goal. The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry has gathered proof on harm to coral reef biological system in Raja Ampat after a boat steered into the rocks at the Marine Protected Area (KKPN) of Raja Ampat.
The Ministry’s Director General of Marine Landscape Tb Haeru Rahayu said in a proclamation here on Sunday, the service condemned the episode and gathered proof on biological system harm. The boat steered into the rocks on February 2, 2021 onto a coral reef in the west off Yefmo Island, Meosmanggara Village of West Waigeo Islands District, Raja Ampat, West Papua.
A group of Kupang National Marine Protected Area Agency (BKKPN), Marine and Fishery Resource Surveillance Unit, and Raja Ampat Port Administration that researches the case distinguished the boat as MV Sabuk Nusantara 62 weighing 750 GT.