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"Chukotopttorg" received an additional quota for catching chum salmon on the Khatyrka River

The Chukotopttorg state enterprise of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug has received an additional quota for catching 70 tons of chum salmon on the Khatyrka River, the administration's press service reports. The decision was made at the last meeting of the Commission for the regulation of the production of anadromous fish species in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. According to the executive secretary of the Commission, consultant of the fisheries department of the regional Department of Agricultural Policy and Environmental Management Valentina Eigina, thus the enterprise will be able to harvest 240 tons of chum salmon this year.

- Earlier, the Commission has already considered the issue of promptly allocating additional quotas for catching salmon species to Chukotopttorg. Then the enterprise received a permit for the extraction of 122 tonnes of sockeye salmon on the Mainyan and Pylgin rivers, as well as 70 tonnes of chum salmon and 15 tonnes of pink salmon on the Khatyrka river, ”Valentina Eygina reminded. - However, in connection with the accelerated implementation of quotas, the organization sent an application to increase the permitted volumes of chum salmon by another 70 tons.

According to Valentina Eigina, the members of the Commission satisfied this application and noted that if the total quota for chum salmon was fulfilled, the enterprise would break the record for catching fish on the Khatyrka River. At the same time, the catch of such volumes, taking into account the production of indigenous people, will not affect the biological situation in this zone - at least 60% of the producers will enter the site, which will allow for the full reproduction of fish.

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