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Kamchatka fishermen in the fight against poaching will help the indigenous people

At the next meeting of the Council for Indigenous Minorities of the North under the Government of the Kamchatka Territory, the establishment of an institution of public inspectors will be considered.

Oleg Zaporotsky, Commissioner for the Rights of Indigenous Minorities of the North of Kamchatka, notes that work within the framework of the Agreement of the Association of Indigenous Indigenous Peoples with associations of mining and fishing enterprises of the region in order to solve environmental problems is not conducted. At the moment, these agreements need to be given momentum.

According to the local residents, the Institute of Public Inspectors will help to fight poachers more effectively. According to the press service of the Kamchatka government of the Kam 24 news agency, for this it is necessary to draw up a list of public inspectors who are ready to carry out environmental activities, as well as to actively involve users of fishing grounds in volunteering.

At the same time, the region already has a positive experience in implementing such solutions. So, for example, the effectiveness of the initiative group "Let's Save Nature Together" can be cited. "Our initiative and innovative approach have yielded results. This news quickly spread to the local population and anglers became more responsible", - said one of the participants in the project, Peter Nesterov.

Recall that yesterday the captains of the 18 vessels, which are fishing for the crab in the West Kamchatka and Kamchatka-Kuril subareas of the Far Eastern basin, addressed President Vladimir Putin. The captains are asking to resolve their dispute with the Federal Agency for Fishery, because it refuses to increase the amount of permissible catch of crab. At the same time, as the main negative effect of such actions, data are given on an increase in the illegal catch of fish products in the territory of the region. As a result of 2013, poaching accounted for 30% of the total export of Russian crab.

Earlier, a similar request was made by the Far East Crab Catch Association, pointing out research data on a possible increase in quotas.

The necessary materials, which justify the adjustment of the volumes of allowable catch, have been sent to the state ecological expertise. However, the All-Russian Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography, the leading institute of the industry, refused to provide the requested information, as a result of which the question remained open.le = "text-align: justify;"> Earlier a similar request was made by the Association of Crab Extractors of the Far East, Research data on the possible increase in quotas.

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