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A German company said it will start construction work for the first project of a closed fish farm in the Arab region in the coastal region of Shaheer on the Arabian Sea in Hadramout province in eastern Yemen at a cost of 15 million euros. The actual operation of the project will start in October next year with an initial capacity of 500 tonnes per year of shrimp / shrimp and other fish that are wanted externally, the German aquaculture company Eucomars said in a statement on Tuesday. The statement added that the project is the first joint investments in the field of fish between the German and Yemeni private sector, which enters through the Zubayr Agency for Yemeni commercial agencies as a shareholder equal to the capital of the project. A delegation from the company had completed yesterday a field visit to the site of the project, which will be built on an area of ​​about eight thousand square meters can be increased in the future. The statement said that the studies on the establishment of the farm took into account the environmental aspect, where the water will be used when the fish ponds are renewed in the cultivation of algae, which are included in the medicines in addition to agriculture in the desert areas to be converted into green areas and the project will train and qualify Yemeni cadres to work on the farm. (Reuters)

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