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Rosrybolovstvo undertook to ensure stable long-term fishing in the Far East

Ilya Shestakov, Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation and head of the Federal Fisheries Agency, held a meeting on the state and ways to improve the regulation of Pacific salmon fisheries in the Far East.

The meeting was attended by the head of the Sakhalin Region Fisheries Agency Pavel Kolotushkin, employees of the Rosrybolovstvo central office, Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Fisheries of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Galitsyn, Deputy Prime Minister of the Sakhalin Region Sergey Karepkin, representatives of the TINRO-Center Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution, the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography ", as well as FGBNI FGBNU" SakhNIRO "and" KamchatNIRO ".

The main attention was paid to fishing for salmons in the waters of the northern Kurile Islands. The issue of improving the accuracy of forecasting Pacific salmon stocks in the Far East is touched upon.

The main outcome of the meeting was the decision to amend the Fisheries Rules for the Far Eastern Fisheries Basin in terms of the procedure for the formation of regional commissions for regulating the fishing for anadromous fish species, as well as for regulating the length of staked seines.

At the same time, the Commission for the Regulation of Fisheries for Anadromous Fish in the Sakhalin Oblast was asked to determine the volumes by type of salmon and by the areas where fishing is carried out.

VNIRO is entrusted to develop basin integrated fisheries management plans that would include all key parameters: filling spawning grounds, stock status, and limiting fishing to ensure a stable long-term.

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