Dr. Mahmoud Bahmani met with the deputy governor and the special governor of Chabahar Dr. Bahmani, the director of the Iranian Fisheries Science and Research Institute, along with Dr. Hosseini, the head of the Chabahar Offshore Fisheries Research Center, Dr. Taghavi, the consultant to the director of the Iranian Fisheries Science and Research Institute, Dr. Hossein Zadeh, the deputy director of fisheries and aquaculture extension and transfer of research findings, and Dr. Oufi, the expert of the department of ecology of the institute, had a meeting at the Chabahar Governoratewith Mr. Bameri, the deputy governor and the special governor of Chabahar.At this meeting, Dr. Bahmani first introduced the Iranian Fisheries Science and Research Institute and outlined its organizational goals regarding the sovereign duties of the institute for the fisheries management.He cited the research findings from the research patrols by the Ferdows 1 research vessel to estimate the biomass of benthic organisms in the Oman Sea in order to provide appropriate solutions to the executive sector and micro - fishery systems for
optimal resource harvesting.The participation of the small fishery community during the research patrols and direct observation on fishing operations as well as presenting results at the end of each research patrol period to the exploiters were other issues that were emphasized at this meeting.The Governor has also been invited to visit the recent research patrol that will begin in the next 2 - 3 days in the Oman Sea off the coast of Sistan and Baluchestan Province.Mr. Bameri congratulated Islamic unity week and welcomed the director of the Iranian Fisheries Science and Research Institute and the accompanying delegation.The deputy governor and the special governor of Chabahar assessed the fishery reserves in the waters of Sistan and Baluchestan province as a special blessing and described it as an important potential for the development of Makran coasts and employment creation.Limitations of aquatic resources and sustainable harvesting of aquatic resources as well as conservation of resources for future generations were issues that he emphasized. Mr. Bameri said that research patrols to estimate the resources could help the fishing community to sustainably harvest the resources. At the end, he pledged favorable support and assistance needed to attract provincial credits to carry out research projects in the province that would lead to the conservation of aquatic resources, the development of the area and the employment of the fisheries and aquaculture communities.He noted that the results of the recent research patrol should first be presented by the Chabahar Offshore Fisheries Research Center at the Chabahar City Administrative Council at the Governor's Office in the presence of the fishing community.