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Milko Schvartzman says: "They are pirate ships because nobody controls what they fish and how they fish. They hide behind mile 200, where international legislation does not regulate the exploitation of fishery resources," External link

FIS Friday, March 15, 2019 4:51:00 AM CET

Javier Garcia points out: "Everything that happens in these international waters impacts the Argentinean Sea because the species are migratory, they go from one place to another, like whales, killer whales, elephant seals, sharks, rays and squid," External link

FIS Friday, March 15, 2019 4:51:00 AM CET

Milko Schvartzman denounces: "To this we must add the slave work. Each ship has between 35 and 40 crew. The top five are from the flag country, but the rest are usually from the Philippines, Indonesia or from African countries. And they work in conditions on board that are usually terrible. We have seen in the port of Montevideo crew members of a Chinese ship that had marks of shackles on their ankles," External link

FIS Friday, March 15, 2019 4:51:00 AM CET

Carlos Villarreal says: "We detect them, because we have the coastguard in the area, because since 2014 we have had a Beechcraft 350 plane destined for this work and because we have a satellite control system," External link

FIS Friday, March 15, 2019 4:51:00 AM CET

Milko Schvartzman says: "They are pirate ships because nobody controls what they fish and how they fish. They hide behind mile 200, where international legislation does not regulate the exploitation of fishery resources," External link

FIS Tuesday, March 12, 2019 7:49:00 PM CET

Javier Garcia points out: "Everything that happens in these international waters impacts the Argentinean Sea because the species are migratory, they go from one place to another, like whales, killer whales, elephant seals, sharks, rays and squid," External link

FIS Tuesday, March 12, 2019 7:49:00 PM CET

Milko Schvartzman denounces: "To this we must add the slave work. Each ship has between 35 and 40 crew. The top five are from the flag country, but the rest are usually from the Philippines, Indonesia or from African countries. And they work in conditions on board that are usually terrible. We have seen in the port of Montevideo crew members of a Chinese ship that had marks of shackles on their ankles," External link

FIS Tuesday, March 12, 2019 7:49:00 PM CET

Carlos Villarreal says: "We detect them, because we have the coastguard in the area, because since 2014 we have had a Beechcraft 350 plane destined for this work and because we have a satellite control system," External link

FIS Tuesday, March 12, 2019 7:49:00 PM CET

Olivier Bancoult says: "We are not seagulls or Tarzans or Man Fridays," External link

theglobeandmail Monday, February 25, 2019 10:00:00 PM CET

Olivier Bancoult says: "The British government is waiting for all of the Chagossians to pass away," External link

theglobeandmail Monday, February 25, 2019 10:00:00 PM CET

Olivier Bancoult says: "The animals got better treatment than the humans," External link

theglobeandmail Monday, February 25, 2019 10:00:00 PM CET

Jacob Gonzalez-Solis says: "Chronology and potential pathways for reverse zoonosis in these ecosystems are complex and difficult to study, but it seems they can be clearly related to the proximity of the fauna to inhabited areas and the presence of research stations," External link

sciencedaily Monday, December 10, 2018 5:57:00 PM CET

Jacob Gonzalez-Solis says: "This could be the case, for instance, of the Subantarctic parasite Stercorarius antarcticus: a scavenger marine bird could get the pathogen and spread it from Subantarctic latitudes to the Antarctica," External link

sciencedaily Monday, December 10, 2018 5:57:00 PM CET

Jacob Gonzalez-Solis notes: "Our results show it is easier for humans to introduce pathogen agents in the pristine areas in the Antarctica. As a result, pathogens entering the furthest ecosystems in the Southern Hemisphere could be a serious threat for the future of wildlife. Therefore, it is essential to adopt biosecurity measures to limit the human impacts in the Antarctica," External link

sciencedaily Monday, December 10, 2018 5:57:00 PM CET

Theresa May told: "I would say that Argentines, Brits and islanders all benefit when the United Kingdom and Argentina work together," External link

clarin Thursday, November 29, 2018 4:14:00 AM CET

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