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Chukotopttorg received an additional quota for catch of salmon species

The Chukotopttorg state enterprise of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug has received an additional quota for catching salmon species in the Meynypilgyn lake-river system and on the Khatyrka river, the governor's press service said. Allocation of additional volumes of salmon fish species is associated with the fulfillment of a part of quotas by the enterprise.

- “Chukotopttorg” today is the only organization in the region that has started catching salmon species. According to the latest data, the fishers fully fulfilled the quota for catching sockeye salmon on the Mainyan and Pylgin rivers, having caught 208 tons of fish, - said Valentina Eigina, executive secretary of the Commission, consultant of the fisheries department of the regional Department of Agricultural Policy and Nature Management. - By the decision of the Commission, the enterprise received an additional quota for the extraction of sockeye salmon in this zone in the amount of 122 tons.

According to the executive secretary of the Commission, at the meeting it was also decided to allocate additional volumes of chum salmon and pink salmon to Chukotopttorg on the Khatyrka River.

In the whole of Chukotka, in the current year, it is planned to catch 964,5 t of chum salmon, 360,5 t of salmon and 33,5 t of pink salmon in the framework of industrial fishing. In total, they expressed their desire to engage in fishing with 9 enterprises and individual entrepreneurs of Chukotka, who have contracts for the use of the fishing ground.

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