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The issue of delivering fish to the European part of Russia from the Far East is being solved - Rosrybolovstvo
On August 19, at the international multimedia press center of the Rossiya Segodnya MIA, a press conference was held by the Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation - Head of the Federal Agency for Fisheries Ilya Shestakov, dedicated to the prospects for the development of the Russian fishery complex and providing Russians with high-quality fish products, the press service of the ministry reports. ...
Among other things, the question was raised to replenish stocks of fish that fell under the sanctions. In particular, it is proposed to replace imported trout with Far Eastern salmon. Atlantic herring, flounder, cod and shrimp are also planned to be brought from the Far East.
Shestakov said that currently the issues of domestic fish delivery to the European part of Russia from the Far East are being resolved.