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The prospects of aquaculture development in the region will be considered in Kamchatka
From 4 to 5 September, the investment forum "Far East - 2014" will be held in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The forum is held by the government of the Kamchatka Territory and the Kamchatka Development Corporation with the support of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East.
The event will be attended by federal and regional authorities of the Russian Federation, leading Russian and foreign financial and investment institutions, transport, energy, industrial and travel companies, experts and media representatives. The forum participants plan to discuss the creation of conditions for expanding the fishing resource base.
According Fishnews the Ministry of Fisheries of the Kamchatka Territory, the main task of aquaculture in the region - is to restore and increase the number of Pacific salmon populations by building hatcheries with maximum preservation of the existing structure of natural reproduction.
The forum will consider investment projects for the construction of HRH on 14 rivers. These are the rivers of Olyutorsky, Aleutian, Elizovsky, Tigilsky and other areas of Kamchatka. It is assumed that the plants will be engaged in the cultivation of salmon, pink salmon, chum, chinook. According to the Kamchatka Minrybkhoz, the administration is ready to provide subsidies from the regional budget to reimburse part of the cost of paying interest on loans and leasing payments, but also counts on private investment.
"Subject to the full completion of the planned activities and the hatchery reaching its design capacity, the release of juvenile salmon into natural water bodies of the Kamchatka Territory will reach 2020 thousand pieces by 82, catches of Pacific salmon will increase by about 615-7 thousand tons," the Ministry of Fisheries said. ...