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Head of the Ministry of Agriculture Nikolai Fedorov believes that the subjects of the Russian Federation should launch their regional programs to support fish processing

"Our measures, federal capabilities should be complemented by the appropriate work of the authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in the form of launching regional programs to support coastal fish processing enterprises. <...> We will be very grateful if the governors offer their proposals so that we can consolidate financial resources and organizational efforts (to support the fishery industry of the Russian Federation) ", - said Fedorov, speaking today at a meeting with the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation on the development of the fishery complex of the country.

“We will be very grateful if the regions and governors will offer their initiatives, where we could consolidate both financial resources and organizational efforts,” N. Fedorov stressed.

He noted that Russia has serious potential for a breakthrough in the development of aquaculture. "We are, in fact, at the start of this topic, and Russia is not worthy of having only 3%, this is 155 thousand tons of fish products (within the framework of aquaculture). We have regions that can intensively deal with this topic," Fedorov added. He stressed that Russia supplies wild biological resources to the People's Republic of China, and in return buys from them aquaculture products of not the highest quality.

"We need now to quickly complete the development of a departmental target program for the development of aquaculture in order to stimulate the attraction of private investment. The Ministry of Agriculture and the Federal Agency for Fishery are actively engaged in this topic. I expect that we will issue a draft of such a program for discussion within a few weeks," Fedorov stressed.

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