Ministry releases 20,000 hamour fish in Qatari waters Jul 07, 2020 0 5900 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaThe Ministry of Municipality and Environment, represented by the Fish Resources Department, in cooperation with the General Directorate for Coastal and Border Security in the Ministry of Interior (MoI), has released 20,000 young hamour fish in the Qatari waters.This is considered the first production of the Aquatic Research Center in Ras Matbakh.The production and release of small-scale group is part of the fish stock enrichment programme that includes the production of locally cultivated fish of economic value to contribute to increasing the stocks of these species and thus positively reflect on production.The Aquatic Research Center employed the latest resources, equipment and technical cadres to succeed in launching the young fish that are considered the first of a series of local production of many species that will follow. The young fish are released in habitats that are environmentally appropriate to their nature. The programme aims to enrich the fish stock in order to support the farmed fish, especially the species whose stock is exposed to overfishing that threaten to deplete their number, in order to achieve a balance between the fishing quantities and the size of the fish stock. Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES Qatar attends international meeting on Afghan peace Jul 07, 2020 0 3105 UK visa services resume at new application centre in Doha Jul 07, 2020 0 679 Healthy lifestyle can help prevent diabetes in even pre-diabetes cases: Expert Jul 07, 2020 0 718 ‘Qatar takes slew of measures to address social and economic impact of COVID-19’ QATAR has put in place several measures to address the economic and social impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, especially on expatriate workers. This came in a speech delivered by Deputy Permanent .. Briefs Amir sends condolences to Japan’s emperor, PM The Amir His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Monday sent a cable of condolences to Emperor Naruhito of Japan and Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe on the victims of ..