Congress urges Mexico government to avoid trade embargo on Mexican seafood products in US market
The Congress of the State of Baja California Sur urged Marcelo Ebrard Casaubon, Secretary of Foreign Relations of the Government of the Republic; Secretary of Economy of the Government of the Republic, Raquel Buenrostro Sánchez; The Secretary of the Navy of the Government of the Republic, Admiral José Rafael Ojeda Durán and the General Director of the National Commission for Fisheries and Aquaculture of the Government of the Republic, Octavio Almada Palafox, in order to avoid a commercial embargo within the scope of the Mexican in the North American market of their strengths for seafood products.
Fuerza por asked Marcelo Ebrard Casabón, Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the Government of the Republic, to deploy all the potential of the diplomat, receiving the support of his counterparts, through a point of agreement presented by the representative of Mexico, Marbella González Díaz. Negotiations with the government of the United States to avoid a possible fishing ban on Mexico.
They asked the Secretary of Economy of the Government of the Republic, Raquel Buenostro Sánchez, to strengthen inspection and monitoring programs in the Upper Gulf of California region to prevent illegal trafficking of totoaba fish; and the care and conservation programs carried out on the vaquita species.
request to Admiral José Rafael Ojeda Durán, Secretary of the Navy of the Government of the Republic; This was in the sense that it informs the Southern California community about the development of the negative certification process that is currently being introduced in the United States. “As a popular representative, I do this on behalf of the thousands of fishermen and their families from the Pacific and Gulf Coasts of the State of Baja California Sur, reiterating their call to the Government of the Republic; So that they can use their full administrative and political potential and avoid sanctions at any cost.
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