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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - CITES

UAE bans import and export of endangered birds

Posted on 27/10/2001

The UAE has banned the importation and exportation of bustard and other endangered birds. A ministerial decree issued today by Saeed bin Mohammed Al Ragabani, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, puts into force the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, CITES. The decree makes it strictly prohibited the importation, exportation or re-exportation of all kinds of live or dead bustards, and other endangered animals, including birds, or products which fall under the list of ...  >>MORE

UAE cracks down on smuggling of endangered species

Posted on 19/09/2001

The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries is taking urgent action to combat illegal wildlife smuggling and avoid wildlife trade sanctions being imposed by the General Secretariat of the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). The Geneva-based body has warned the UAE that it must adequately enforce the terms of the convention it signed in 1974, and has given the ministry until October 31 to prove tough measures are being taken against the smuggling of endangered species. ...  >>MORE

Dubai to confiscate banned marine and wild creatures

Posted on 28/08/2001

Dubai Municipality has announced that it would conduct field inspections to confiscate banned marine and wild creatures being kept in contravention of the concerned federal and local laws. Illegal fishing equipment would also be seized. Besides facing penalties, as stipulated by the relevant law, violators would have to bear the cost of the damage, if any caused to local environment, a Dubai Municipality statement said. The statement quoted Hamdan Al Shaer, Director of the Environment ...  >>MORE

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