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Fleet moves from Kamchatka to other regions

The port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is rapidly losing ships. The inability to repeatedly cross the state border on a notification basis and multimillion-dollar fines for violating the regime force businesses to look for new ways. So, according to the information of the Open Industry, along with the dynamics of a decrease in the number of ship calls of the fishing and transport fleet to Kamchatka, an increase was recorded in other ports - in Severo-Kurilsk by 29 times, on Sakhalin by 7,6 times, at the Ports of Primorsky Krai by 4,4 times, XNUMX times.

From January 2014, the First Kuril Strait, which allowed enterprises to shorten the delivery distance by 240 miles, was closed by the Border Guard of the FSB of Russia for the Kamchatka Territory. Enterprises are now forced to send their fleets to the Fourth Kuril Strait and spend an additional 19 million rubles (fuel, crew salaries, etc.) or violate the Law on the State Border and pay fines, putting the entire fleet at risk. in the Kamchatka Border Management, it is the practice not to issue permits to cross the border for the entire fleet of the company after a single violation.

According to the information of the Border Department of the Federal Security Service of Russia for the Kamchatka Territory, since the beginning of the year 346 has been initiated administrative cases and 312 administrative fines amounting to more than 69 million rubles have been imposed.

The problem of multiple border crossings is relevant for all fishermen of the Far East. The industry hopes for changes in the regulatory framework, proposals for which have already been prepared and are being approved by the Federal Agency for Fishery, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Federal Security Service of Russia. 

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