The Premier, the Port and the Paintbrush

Video | 2013-05-02

Greenpeace International activists branded a South Korean ship "illegal" in Mauritius as it is accused of unlawfully fishing in West African waters. The FV Premier, owned by South Korea's largest tuna company, Dongwon Industries was prevented from off-loading its catch in Port Louis. Greenpeace is calling for the South Korean government to recall the vessel for investigation. The peaceful protest coincides with Greenpeace International's Indian Ocean Ship Tour, where a team on board the MY Esperanza investigate illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing.

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