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The squad "Piranha" stopped violations in the field of fishing in the Far East

The operational department of Rosrybolovstvo "Piranha" in the period from June 22 to August 14, 2014 carried out control and supervision and security measures aimed at identifying and suppressing violations in the field of fishing, the press service of the department reports.

The raids were carried out as part of Operation Putin-2014 together with inspectors of the North-Eastern Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Fishery. In total, within the framework of operational measures, 214 violations of the law in the field of fishing were revealed. In particular, 198 protocols on administrative offenses were drawn up, two rulings were issued on initiating an administrative case. offense. In addition, together with officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia and the FSB of Russia in the Kamchatka Territory, four materials were issued with signs of a criminal offense.

More than 4,3 tons of Pacific salmon and red caviar were seized from poachers, around 130 prohibited fishing gear (nets) with a total length of 3,91 thousand meters, as well as 24 units of small size swimming equipment, 12 outboard motors, one car. Damage for illegal fishing of biological resources in the amount of 673,7 thousand rubles.

The department of operational state control, supervision, protection of aquatic biological resources "Piranha" was created in 2009 in order to provide practical assistance to the territorial departments of the Federal Agency for Fishery in suppressing offenses in the field of fishing and preserving aquatic biological resources during periods of the greatest activation of poaching, increasing efficiency in this area and fighting corruption.

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