China news network, September 2, according to Kyodo news agency, September 2, a Japanese cargo ship oil spill occurred off the coast of Mauritius, the adverse impact on the local ecological environment is worrying. To this end, the Mauritian government asked Japan to pay 1.34 billion Mauritian rupees for the project to support the affected fisheries. It is reported that the Mauritian government has banned people from fishing in polluted waters. The purpose of the support project is to provide employment opportunities for fishermen and enable them to live. < / P > < p > according to the Mauritian government, many fishermen have only offshore fishing experience and “need training” to work far away. The project includes training costs for 475 fishermen and 60 captains, about 9.7 million rupees, and construction costs for about 100 fishing vessels, with a total of about 1.2 billion rupees. < / P > < p > it is reported that in addition to the support projects, the Mauritian government has also announced that it will require the owners of long-distance steamships and the insurance association to compensate for the damage caused by environmental pollution. Changpu steamship has indicated that it will take corresponding responsibility. However, some fishermen are still worried about whether they will be fully compensated.