Miri kicks off nationwide campaign to save the sharks

Children and adults and fisheries top officials from state and country at the launch of nationwide Say No To Sharkfin Consumption Campaign starting in Miri Sarawak today. State assistant fisheries minister Datuk Julaihi Narawi (third from left) kicked off the state level campaign in Miri city. PIX- Stephen Then.

MIRI: The Fisheries Department Malaysia has kicked off a nationwide campaign to reduce consumption of shark fin here Saturday.

The launch of the “Say No To Shark fin Consumption Campaign” in Miri will soon be followed by similar campaigns in Pahang, Perak and Sabah and the rest of the country, said its director-general Datuk Ismail Abu Hassan.

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