With CMM 11 (Boarding & Inspection) SPRFMO has adopted the Boarding and Inspection Procedures detailed in the 1995 UN Fish Stock Agreement, Articles 21 and 22:.
Find below information submitted in accordance with UNFSA Article 21.4"Prior to taking action under this article, inspecting States shall, either directly or through the relevant subregional or regional fisheries management organization or arrangement, inform all States whose vessels fish on the high seas in the subregion or region of the form of identification issued to their duly authorized inspectors. The vessels used for boarding and inspection shall be clearly marked and identifiable as being on government service. At the time of becoming a Party to this Agreement, a State shall designate an appropriate authority to receive notifications pursuant to this article and shall give due publicity of such designation through the relevant subregional or regional fisheries management organization or arrangement."
CHILE:AUTHORISED AUTHORITY: General Directorate of Maritime Territory and Merchant Marine (DIRECTEMAR) EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org TELEPHONE: +56 32 222 08 638 EMAIL: email@example.com TELEPHONE: +56 32 208 676/677
EUROPEAN UNION:EUROPEAN COMMISSION AUTHORITY: Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries ADDRESS: Rue Joseph II, 99, 1000 Brussels, Belgium TELEPHONE: +32 2 296 13 03 FAX: + 32 2 295 57 00 EMAIL: MARE-B2@ec.europa.eu
NETHERLANDS AUTHORITY: Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority Single Liaison Office (SLO) IUU ADDRESS: Catharijnesingel 59, 3511 GG Utrecht, The Netherlands TELEPHONE: +31 8 82 23 33 33
and the point of contact of the relevant European Union Member State as applicable: