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Petersburg fishers supply $5M to local fishermen

Petersburg fishers supply $5M to local fishermen

Fish supply to local fisherman in the city of Petersberg, which borders the Israel-Gaza Strip, has been increased by $5 million to $100,000 per annum from the year before, the Ministry of Agriculture has said.

The funding was announced on Tuesday in a letter to fishermen by Agriculture Minister Yoav Mordechai, who said it will support fishermen to supply their catch to their local catch and sell it at market prices.

In addition, the Minister said the funds will also be used to promote the industry, especially by providing training for new fishers and to increase the number of fish processing stations.

The Ministry has been trying to diversify the sector’s sources of revenue since the Gaza blockade began in 2007, and has been seeking new ways to expand the industry.

In January, the ministry opened a factory in the Gaza Strip to produce the fishing equipment for its fishery, and in March, it opened an extension to its facilities in Gaza.

According to Mordechau, the new factory in Gaza is the most important step in bringing more foreign products into the Gaza fishery.

“The facility in Gaza has been the source of the fishermen from Egypt, Jordan and Turkey.

It is a source of employment, and the fishermen can use it to earn a living,” he said.

“Now we want to provide it to fishermen from the neighboring countries, who are not able to go to the factory to fish.

The factory in Jordan is also very important because it provides us with a source for the export of fish, and we want them to use it for this purpose as well.”

The ministry plans to expand fishing facilities in the coastal town of Sderot, where the fishing industry has already been heavily dependent on fishing by the Palestinian Authority.

“We are planning to expand these facilities to support fishermen who are unable to visit the factory because of the blockade,” said Mordechay.

“There is a need for additional facilities for the Gaza fishermen, especially in the northern areas of the city, because they are the largest fishery in the area.”

Fish supply in the southern city of Ashkelon and in the western coastal city of Kiryat Arba has been limited by the Gaza embargo.

In October, the minister announced that the Fish for the City project will be completed in the two areas by the end of the year.

“It is a great success and the project is going very well,” Mordecham said.