The coastal belt from Negambo to Panadura opened for fisheries activities

Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation

The coastal belt from Negambo to Panadura was opened for fisheries activities today. Before giving permission NARA has conducted extensive tests in the area. Minister Douglas Devananda said that following tests conducted by the NARA, it has been confirmed that fish in the sea area is suitable for consumption.

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