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FSUE "Natrbresource" does not fulfill its obligations to modernize and repair the quay walls of fishing ports in Primorye

The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs proposed to Rosimushchestvo, the owner of the fishing ports in Primorye, to transfer the latter to the jurisdiction of FSUE Rosmorport, which is a structure of the Ministry of Transport. At the moment, the fishing ports are under the jurisdiction of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Natsrybresurs", which is a structure of the Federal Agency for Fishery. Thus, the Ministry of Transport will control up to 80% of all transportation of fish products in the Russian Federation.

FSUE Natsrybresurs, according to the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, does not fulfill its obligations to modernize and repair the quay walls. This, and also what "Natsrybresurs" does not invest a dime in the development of fishing ports " and is the driving intention behind the changes, according to a Kommersant source.

Denis Sarana, co-owner of the Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port, confirms the information according to which in 2008–2014 about 200 million rubles were transferred to the FSUE “Natsrybresurs” for the lease of berths. To which Sergei Sukhov, deputy general director of Natsrybresurs, responds by saying that the costs of overhaul of the berths are not covered by lease payments. At the same time, in 2010-2012, according to Denis Saran, the port had to invest an additional 40 million rubles. for the repair of berths. He is also confident that such a transfer can improve the condition of the marinas in Primorye.

According to the estimates of the Accounts Chamber, in 2013 the total revenue of "National Fish Resources" reached 400 million rubles, of which 200 million rubles. - payments for lease of port GTS. The share of FSUE in the transshipment of all fish cargo in 2013 was about 80%, or 7 million tons.

However, other experts are not so unambiguous in their assessment of the current events. Vasily Sokolov, Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Fishery, speaks of the possibility of reducing the volume of fish transshipment in the event that the ports are transferred to Rosmorport, since it is easier and more profitable to transship, for example, coal.

Alexander Fomin, President of the All-Russian Association of Fisheries Enterprises, Entrepreneurs and Exporters, also points to a decrease in the speed of decision-making in the case of transfer of fishing ports to the Ministry of Transport, since in this case control will be exercised through the government. At the same time, he does not believe that Romorport will be able to solve the problem of modernization of the berthing walls. 75% badly worn.

Another solution to this problem is offered by the Association of Fisheries Enterprises of Primorye. There is an opportunity, bypassing the "Natsrybresurs", to conclude an agreement directly between the Federal Property Management Agency and the operators.

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