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Fish exports to Primorye and Sakhalin grew by 12% in 2013

Growth in exports of aquatic biological resources (EBRD) is observed following the results of 2013 year in Primorsky Krai and the Sakhalin region. Through the checkpoints, which are in the area of ​​responsibility of the Sakhalin-Primorsky Territorial Administration of the Rosselkhoznadzor, last year 1,33 million tons of fish products were exported, which is 12% more than the 2012 year.

The largest volumes of exports accounted for China - 760 thousand tons and the Republic of Korea - 407 thousand tons. In the total export volume over 650 thousand tons amounted to pollock.

The overwhelming majority of fish products, including pollock, were exported without landing on the shore, that is, no control was exercised by anybody from the controlling bodies. So, if in 2012, without physical control, 0,96 million tons were exported, in 2013, without actual inspection, 1,06 million tons of aquatic biological resources were exported, the press service of the Rosselkhoznadzor said.

In this case, all regulatory authorities make registration of each export lot for at least 3 hours. The Rosselkhoznadzor Department for the Primorsky Territory and the Sakhalin Oblast, based on a database of monitoring studies of fishing areas, draws up such products, as a rule, within 20 - 40 minutes.

The report also notes that the statements of "fish lobbyists" about the need to reduce state control over the supply of fish to the shore "look doubtful, since these initiatives are likely to have the opposite effect, namely, a further strengthening of the export and raw materials orientation of the fishing industry."

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