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At 11 November, the volume of saury catch exceeds the indicator of the previous year by 28%

Vasily Sokolov, deputy head of the Federal Agency for Fisheries, held a regular meeting of the headquarters of sair fishing in the mode of videoconference, according to the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery.

At the beginning of the meeting, Vasily Sokolov informed that as of November 11, 2014, Russian users caught 65,5 thousand tons of saury, which is 28% or 17,9 thousand tons more than in 2013. However, unfavorable weather conditions noted last week in the area of ​​the saury expedition led to a significant decrease in the catch rates.

At present, 33 Russian production vessels continue to fish. In addition, receiving and processing vessels operate in the region. Onshore acceptance is carried out by RC "Ostrovnoy" and the settlement of Krabozavodskaya on the island. Shikotan.

According to information from fishing vessels, over the past week, calls of a foreign fleet (Taiwan) were noted in the exclusive economic zone of Russia. On November 6-7, Russian fishermen recorded about 15-20 Taiwanese vessels. This information was brought to the attention of the Border Guard Service of the FSB of Russia.

The research vessel "Professor Levanidov" has completed its activities and is heading to the port of Vladivostok.

According to the report of the Deputy Director of FSUE TINRO-Center Igor Melnikov, in the coming days the weather will favor fishing.

So, on November 10-12, 2014, the Prikurilskiy region will be under the influence of an anticyclone, which will cause a weak and moderate wind (2-7 m / s). In the future, the wind will increase, but the conditions will be acceptable for fishing until November 14-16.

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