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The governor of Kamchatka proposes to fix coastal fish quotas only for local enterprises
The Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin, during a meeting with the head of the Federal Agency for Fishery Ilya Shestakov, who is now touring the Kamchatka Territory, proposed amendments to the federal law "On Fishing ...".
“If earlier only companies registered on its territory could carry out fishing in the coastal waters of the subject, today the legislation allows them to freely re-register in any region of the country. As a result, in the past four years alone, 27 Kamchatka enterprises have changed their "registration". The region has lost more than 80 thousand tons of quotas, ”says Viktor Ilyukhin.
Ilyukhin proposed to fix fish catch quotas in the coastal zone only for the enterprises "registered" in the respective coastal regions. “Otherwise, all our efforts to develop the industry will be meaningless,” the head of the region stressed.
Vasily Sokolov, Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Fishery, noted that a constructive dialogue had been established between the department and the region. Relevant proposals for amending the law are already being prepared, and soon they will be presented to the country's leadership.