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Jomard Passage Concerns


published on 30 May 2022 37 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Loop PNG". Originally published on 2022-02-09.
The NEC approved mandatory pilotage and marine Conservation area – Jomard Passage, in the waters of Milne Bay Province is a declared Particular Sensitive Sea Area that needs special protection.

Recently, the Louisiade People’s Foundation raised serious concern that a pilotage service expression of interest advertisement had been done without much consultation with the people of the Jomard Passage.

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