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A draft memorandum on the exchange of observers between Russia and the Republic of Korea has been prepared.

At the 23 Intergovernmental Session on scientific and technical cooperation in the field of fisheries of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Korea held in Vladivostok, TINRO-Center specialists presented a draft memorandum aimed at expanding the presence of scientific observers on fishing vessels of both countries.

At present, the countries already have an agreement on the exchange of observers in areas under the control of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR). From the Russian point of view, it would be expedient to extend this experience to the areas and field objects of the North Pacific, which are also managed by international organizations. These include the Commission for anadromous fishes of the northern part of the Pacific Ocean, the scientific and technical committee of the countries parties to the Convention on the Conservation and Management of Pollock Resources in the central part of the Bering Sea and others.

The expansion of the practice of exchange of observers will enable countries to obtain information on the fishery more quickly and to develop the most appropriate measures for managing the stocks of aquatic biological resources. In addition, the meeting discussed the results of scientific and technical cooperation for 2013 year, programs and plans of the NTS in 2014-2015.

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