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The cost of aquatic biological resources supplied to three countries of the Asia-Pacific region is 840 million dollars higher than the cost of declared for export

The cost of aquatic biological resources supplied by Russia last year to only three countries of the Asia-Pacific region exceeds by $ 840 million dollars the value declared for export, the Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Yury Gulyagin stressed the data of the Ministry of Development of the Far East.

In this case, as noted by Gulyagin, the contraband movement of aquatic biological resources last year was cut short by an amount of no more than 2 million dollars. This suggests that the results of efforts to curb the smuggling of natural resources abroad do not reflect the real criminogenic situation in the field of their use.

In general, the detection rate of crimes in the economic spheres by law enforcement agencies has been steadily decreasing in recent years, their detection rate remains low, and the compensation for damage caused is insignificant, Gulyagin emphasizes.

Over the past three years, prosecutors in the implementation of supervision revealed over 200 thousand violations in the economy, in response to administrative and disciplinary responsibility, more than 31 thousand persons were brought in, 725 criminal cases were initiated based on the audit materials.

The provision of state security in the economic sphere was discussed today at a joint meeting of the collegium of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation and the Ministry for the Development of the Far East.

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