Roughly 2.1 million fish of various species were released into Ha Long Bay this morning to celebrate National Agriculture Day.
About 2.1 million aquatic breeds of various kinds were dropped by delegates and local people into Ha Long Bay.
The event was jointly organized by the Quang Ninh Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Provincial Fisheries Association and the People's Committee of Ha Long City on the occasion of the 62nd anniversary of the traditional Vietnamese fishery industry (April 1, 1959-2021).
Prominent among those was Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, Bui Van Khang.
As reported, about 2.1 million aquatic breeds of various kinds including tiger prawns, grouper, sea bass, etc. were dropped by delegates and local people into Ha Long Bay.
This activity is of great significance in habitat recovery and restoration in aquatic resources.
This activity is of great significance in habitat recovery and restoration in aquatic resources. It is also a good chance to raise public awareness of their responsibility for protecting natural resources in the province.
In 2020, despite damaging influences of Covid-19 pandemic, the GRDP growth rate of Quang Ninh’s agricultural sector still increased by 4.1% year on year. The production value of aquatic products reached nearly VND 14,000 billion, accounting for 55% of the total production value of this sector.
Translated by Phuong Loan