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They want to introduce additional restrictions for Putin on the Amur

They want to introduce additional restrictions for Putin on the Amur
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Additional restrictions may be imposed on Putin on the Amur River in the Khabarovsk Territory. A decision was made to introduce daily passing days for industrial fishing of autumn chum salmon in the Amur and estuary.

As the Fishnews, the Khabarovsk branch of VNIRO analyzed the intermediate results of salmon fishing, including the Amur river basin and the Amur estuary. The forecasted volumes for autumn chum salmon were about 13 thousand tons. At the end of September, fishermen had caught about 5,4 thousand tons, the development was just over 40%.

A feature of the migration of the autumn chum salmon this year was the extremely low speed of its movement along the river: scientists associate this with the high water level and high flow rate. A complete picture of the filling of the spawning grounds of the autumn chum salmon will be available in October.

KhabarovskNIRO noted that special attention should be paid to the issue of interaction between the Khabarovsk Territory and the Sakhalin Region to reduce the catch of the Amur chum salmon along its migration routes to the Amur.

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