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Maricultural business in the Far Eastern Federal District suffers losses due to coronavirus

Maricultural business in the Far Eastern Federal District suffers losses due to coronavirus
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In the Far East, a mariculture-based business incurs losses due to coronavirus. Quarantine measures led to complications with the transport of living biological resources across the border.

As an example, the Far Eastern Agency for attracting investment and export support cited the situation that arose in early April. About 40 vehicles with live crabs accumulated at the border. The company, which is implementing an investment project in the Kuril Islands, sold a batch of crustaceans to China, but it could not be taken out of Russia for six days.

Checkpoints "Kraskino" and "Border" in Primorye will go over for round-the-clock operation, which will simplify the situation. However, businessmen hope that it will be possible to solve the problem with the veterinary design of live mariculture products, which is now extremely complicated and costly for everyone. It is proposed to be carried out directly in the fish-breeding areas, a corresponding proposal has been sent to the Ministry of Eastern Development.

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