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The Governor of Primorye supported the proposal to check the activities of the National Resources Agency

Governor Primorye Territory Vladimir Miklushevsky supported the proposal of the Governor Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin to check the activities of FSUE "National Fish Resource", according to the press service of the Government of Primorye. This topic was raised during a joint meeting of the board of the General Prosecutor's Office of Russia and the Ministry of Russia for the Development of the Far East yesterday, April 16.

Governor of Kamchatka stressed that the policy of the current leadership "National Fish Resource" in the region jeopardizes the economic stability of local fishermen. As an example, unreasonably set the company tariffs for loading and unloading works for fish farmers in the amount of 140 rubles per ton of fish cargo. It was noted that this amount is unimaginable for the enterprises of the region and calls into question their continued existence.

During the meeting, the Prosecutor General of Russia Yuri Chaika instructed to organize check activities “National Fish Resource” both in the port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and in other coastal regions of the country.

The Primorye Administration also has a number of complaints against the institution. The aggravation of the situation related to the rental of National Fish Resource maritime marinas, the head of the region reported to the President of Russia last year.

Following the meeting, the regional administration, in turn, sent a number of proposals to Rosrybolovstvo, the implementation of which would resolve the contradiction between the FSUE “National Fish Resources” and the economic entities of Primorye.

As previously reported by EastRussia, в March FSUE "Natrbresource" offered to charge a fee from the Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port (MIRP), based on the intensity of operation of the hydrotechnical facilities (GTS) in its economic jurisdiction. AT The beginning April The Vladivostok Court of Appeal legalized the decision of the Arbitration Court of the Primorsky Territory on the refusal of Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port OJSC (VMRP) to a lease agreement with FSUE Natsrybresurs, which assumed the obligation to conclude an agreement for the lease of hydraulic structures (GTS). A little later, VMRP offered the National Fishery Resource updated version sharing berths.

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