RI Exports Tuna Fish from Papua to Japan until America

goodmorningpapua.com – Vice President (Wapres) Ma’ruf Amin released the export of tuna fish from Papua to Japan to America. Exports are sent from Pelindo Port Jl. Walter Monginsidi Fanoi, Biak Numfor, West Papua Province.

“This afternoon I see here, that is, we see fishermen producing mainly tuna fish, and this tuna is exported to Japan and frozen fish, fresh fish to Japan, frozen fish to America,” said the Vice President.

The Vice President said, for the time being the amount of fresh fish exported was still not large due to limited equipment.

“It is because the equipment is still not big enough to be exported in fresh fish,” he said.

The Vice President is also optimistic that the fishermen’s income will be greater along with the addition of equipment to freeze fresh fish so that the value of exports to other countries will increase.

“So it is estimated that in the future the income will be greater and the Minister will prepare his own (equipment) here so that later it can be exported directly from here to Japan and also from here to America, now via Ambon via Jakarta,” said the Vice President.

In fact, the Vice President is optimistic that if the value of exports is higher, it will generate a large amount of foreign exchange. “It is estimated that if the plan can be fulfilled, the results will be enormous, will generate not only a large amount of state foreign exchange but also people’s income,” he explained.

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