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Observation of fishermen during Putin will cost the Far Eastern Federal District 2 billion rubles

Observation of fishermen during Putin will cost the Far Eastern Federal District 2 billion rubles
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Observation of each shift worker during Putin in the Far East will cost 80 thousand rubles. This was stated by President of the All-Russian Association of Fishermen German Zverev. In total, Putin alone will have to spend 2,2 billion rubles for these purposes.

According to TASS, compliance with the requirements for examination and placement in observation of workers who arrived from other regions will cost a tidy sum. Because of this, industrialists will try to attract more local residents to the fishing line.

So, for example, in Kamchatka, about six thousand fishermen living on the peninsula are expected to work, this is almost twice as much as last year. And in the Khabarovsk Territory, Putin will attract students from regional universities.

According to the Association of Fishermen, the Russian government should consider the possibility of easing the requirements. Some enterprises have already appealed to the regional authorities with a request to take part of the costs of maintaining isolated ones.

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