Taean Coast Guard seized and transported 1 Chinese boat illegally fishing in a specific sea area

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The Taean Coast Guard 1507 Maritime Special Task Force’s high-speed patrol boat is escorting an illegal Chinese ship that was captured. (Photo=Taean Maritime Police Station)

[태안=뉴스프리존]Reporter Park Sang-rok = A Chinese ship that has been illegally fishing in a certain area of ​​the West Sea has been captured by the Taean Coast Guard.

The Taean Maritime Police Station caught a 110-ton class A (17 crew members including a captain in their 40s) shipped from Dandong, China illegally fishing after invading a specific sea 49 nautical miles southwest of Socheong-do, Incheon, around 11 pm on the 30th, and the Incheon-exclusive pier. It was announced on the 31st that it was transported to

According to the Coast Guard, it was reported that the Taean Coast Guard patrol boat was caught on the same day as it was caught while fleeing after cutting off its fishing gear when the Taean Coast Guard patrol boat discovered that it was fishing illegally with about 10 other Chinese Chinese ships.

In addition, about 20 tons of squid and mackerel caught by fire were transported.

The Taean Coast Guard will take quarantine measures against the captured Chinese ship A and the captain’s crew and take legal action as soon as the investigation is complete.

Seong Chang-hyeon, head of the Taean Coast Guard, said, “Recently, as the number of foreign-language ships operating illegally by invading the waters under our jurisdiction is steadily increasing, we are strengthening enforcement activities such as checkpoints and searches.”

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