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Sakhalin indigenous peoples' community will receive compensation for missed fishing season

Sakhalin indigenous peoples' community will receive compensation for missed fishing season
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The indigenous community on Sakhalin will receive compensation from the state for the lost profit on the salmon fishing line. The Arbitration Court ruled to collect 28,3 million rubles from the Russian Federation in favor of the Nivkh tribal community “Nanvo”.

As the Fishnews, the reason was the refusal to re-register the fishing area. In 2019, the Nanwo community applied to the Sakhalin-Kuril Department of the Federal Agency for Fishery to renegotiate a contract for a site in the Amur Estuary. The Teru Department denied the community due to claims to fill out the documents. However, the court ruled that the refusal was illegal.

While the litigation lasted, the salmon fishing season - 2020 in the area of ​​the fishing area ended. The amount of compensation was determined based on the income based on the results of fishing in 2019.

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