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September 7th, 2020, 7:43 pm

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September 13th, 2020, 3:59 pm

GALAPAGOS ISLANDS 
Estos son los animales que están siendo diezmados en nuestros mares / These are the animals that are being decimated in our seas
 
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September 24th, 2020, 9:49 pm

After decimate Galapagos sea, now chinese fleet is in front of Perú coast  
Peru monitors a fleet of 400 Chinese fishing vessels that moves in front of its territorial waters
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October 1st, 2020, 3:25 pm


Published Oct 1, 2020

Chinese fishing fleets caught in Galapagos Islands violating Ecuadorian sovereignty

A new report shows Chinese fishing vessels illegally entered Ecuador’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) around the Galapagos Islands multiple times this summer.

Chinese ships turned off Automatic Identification System tracking (AIS) on numerous occasions before pings of RF activity were detected nearby in Ecuadorian waters, according to a report and mapping released by HawkEye 360.
ECUADOR NAVY ON 'ALERT' AS 260-STRONG CHINESE FLEET NEARS GALAPAGOS ISLANDS
Records indicate the boats turned off their AIS for 12 to 24 hours at a time, allowing them to cover large territory within the EEZ without being spotted.
 While the practice is a common technique by foreign fishing vessels to enter sovereign areas, signal mapping technology by HawkEye 360 has provided clear evidence to conclude ongoing violations of international law.
 
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October 2nd, 2020, 12:47 pm

ImageA clandestine Chinese fleet of 340 ships is in Peru and is approaching Chile to prey on its maritime resources

It is the same that invaded the coasts of the Galapagos Islands, endangering its marine fauna. The ships turned off their tracking systems to avoid detection
A clandestine fleet of Chinese origin is heading to the coasts of Chila with the mission of preying on its maritime resources, according to a statement by Oceana, an organization dedicated to monitoring the seas with a presence throughout the world. According to that NGO, this group of ships is the same one "that invaded the coasts of the Galapagos Islands, endangering their marine fauna."
In addition, the fishing boats turned off their monitoring systems to avoid detection, which highlights the illegal and clandestine actions of this parallel navy owned by the Chinese regime.
 
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October 16th, 2020, 11:39 am

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An expert warns of the impact that the clandestine fleet of Chinese vessels can have on the Chilean fishing industry   
The clandestine fleet of more than 300 Chinese vessels continues to approach Chilean waters. This was confirmed by the NGO specialized in conservation Oceana, which indicated in a statement that the vessels that "predated on Galapagos" continue on their way to the Andean country. Consequently, the maritime authorities of Santiago called different meetings with the aim of “not losing sight of” their movement.
 
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October 20th, 2020, 3:36 pm

Huge fleet of 300 Chinese fishing boats is 'raping' Galapagos Islands' waters, pillaging food supplies and causing unprecedented environmental damage   
PUBLISHED: 09:03 BST, 20 October 2020 UPDATED: 11:22 BST, 20 October 2020
  • Fleet includes fish processing plants, refuelling vessels and colossal trawlers
  • Boats raided the Galapagos Islands' protected waters throughout the summer
  • They have since moved south and anchored off Peru after international outcry
  • Islands are home to magnificent species first documented by Charles Darwin
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October 23rd, 2020, 11:56 pm


Amblyrhynchus cristatus
 
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November 13th, 2020, 1:09 pm

  David Atemborough - Galapagos
 
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November 28th, 2020, 11:44 am

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INFOBAE - Nov 28 
Illegal fishing by the Chinese fleet stalks Ecuador, Chile and Peru 
The Chinese fishing fleet that has sailed in recent months off the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador carried out illegal fishing with trawls in the country's territorial waters, according to a recent report, which has motivated the search for new regional solutions to combat this criminal activity
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December 21st, 2020, 3:11 pm

where does it come from?
this is probably a fake news
Chinese distant-water firm to build fishing base in Ecuador

A Chinese distant-water fishing firm has signed an agreement to build a fisheries base in Ecuador, despite tensions between the two countries this summer after a Chinese squid fleet encroached on the country’s waters.

China Ocean Group Development Co. has signed a memorandum of understanding with Mercado Común Del Sur (Mercosur) to build a pelagic fishery base in Ecuador. China Ocean Development Group Chairman Liu Rongsheng was joined by a number of other corporate executives, government officials, researchers, and retired diplomats at the official signing ceremony at the Sheraton hotel in Shenzhen.
Also present was Paul Penaherrera, Ecuador’s commercial counselor in Guangzhou, who also heads the local office of export promotion agency Pro Ecuador, as well as executives from the China Distant-Water Fishing Association, whose members include some of the fishing companies operate squid-fishing vessels in the Southern Atlantic. Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno protested their actions this summer, when a fleet of some 260 fishing ships, most Chinese-flagged, spent around a month fishing in international waters just outside a 188-mile wide exclusive economic zone around Ecuador’s Galápagos Islands. 
 
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December 26th, 2020, 11:58 am

infobae Dec 25, 2020

[ltr]Brazilian media warn about the presence of hundreds of Chinese fishing vessels near the Argentine Exclusive Economic Zone[/ltr]


"...There are about 200 Chinese flag ships that sail outside the 200 miles of the Exclusive Economic Zone after crossing the Strait of Magellan from the Pacific Ocean, where they sailed along the coasts of Ecuador, Peru and Chile.

Among the vessels there would be eight supply vessels and a dozen general support vessels, which are kept in predetermined positions outside the work area of the fishing vessels, which have been moving through the region for months dedicated to extracting squid to meet the practically endless needs of Chinese market. 
In this framework, where an overfishing scenario could cause an ecological disaster, as has happened in the past in other years   ..."
 
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December 29th, 2020, 11:01 pm

ARG/Infobae Dec 29
The United States sent a Coast Guard vessel to patrol the South Atlantic "to counter illegal fishing"
"The activities of Chinese fishing boats are developed all over the planet. In total there are 17 thousand who sail in search of natural resources. On July 16, the Ecuadorian Navy issued an alert in which it declared that a foreign fleet of about 260 ships had parked right in front of the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) around the Galapagos Islands, which are a World Heritage Site and have with one of the richest ecosystems in biodiversity in the world. After squeezing the squid fishing season in that territory, the boats repeated the formula in territories of Peru and Chile, which also observed the predation without being able to prevent it."