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Russia and Japan discussed cooperation in the field of fisheries

From 29 September on 1 October 2014 years in Tokyo (Japan) were held Russian-Japanese consultations on the signing of General Agreements between the Federal Agency for Fisheries and the All-Japan Association of Fishermen, the press service of the Russian Fishery Agency reported.

The delegation of the Federal Agency for Fisheries was headed by the Deputy Representative of the Russian Federation in the Russian-Japanese Fisheries Commission, the head of the International Cooperation Department of Rosrybolovstvo Sergey Simakov, the Japanese side is the executive director of the All-Japan Association of Fishermen Sige Yoshiyuki.

During the consultations, the parties discussed the terms and procedures for the implementation of technical assistance to improve technology and development of coastal fisheries, research and educational objectives in the field of fisheries and fisheries, and in the interest of resuming salmon stocks.

Outside the consultations, a working meeting of the Russian delegation with the Representative of the Government of Japan in the Russian-Japanese Fisheries and Fisheries Commissions, the Deputy Head of the Department of Control Resources of the Department of Fisheries of Japan, Endo Hisashi, was held. During the meeting, the parties exchanged views on all areas of Russian-Japanese cooperation in fisheries and fisheries. Particular attention was paid to discussing the topic related to the early entry into force of the Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of Japan on the conservation, rational use, management of living resources in the North-West Pacific and prevention of illegal trade in living resources from 8 September 2012.

The head of the Russian delegation told the Japanese side that Russia intends to develop cooperation with Japan in the field of fisheries and fisheries on a bilateral and multilateral basis. One of the first steps taken in this direction is the decision to raise the level of representation in consultations on the implementation of the main Russian-Japanese intergovernmental agreements in the field of fisheries and fisheries.

In accordance with the program of the Russian delegation, it was presented the opportunity to get acquainted with the experience of organizing the activities of Japanese reproductive centers, as well as processing enterprises, and organized meetings with representatives of the Hokkaido Governorship and the Hokkaido Association of Fishermen.

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