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Primorye salmon will replace European fish

Soon, seaside salmon will be able to arrive on the counters of central and western Russia. In addition, according to the first vice-president of the Association of Fisheries Enterprises of Primorsky Krai, Alexander Vaskov, the creation of a fishing industry in Primorye, designed by the Japanese Research Institute Nomura, will also enable export orientation to Korea, China and Japan.

“The choice of the Primorsky Territory as a site for the implementation of the project is geopolitically and geographically determined. First of all, only Primorye has ice-free ports and broad connections with the Trans-Siberian Railway. And the geographic location of the region provides an opportunity for export orientation to Korea, China and Japan, ”said Alexander Vaskov.

The volume of future production, according to Vaskov, will not only increase exports.

“We produce much more than we consume. But what is important is that we can replace European fish on the shelves of our central and western Russian markets, far east. Salmon Primorye is no worse than the Norwegian, for example. These are environmentally friendly objects, ”he stressed.

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