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Chukotka proposed to simplify the filing of applications for fishing for KMNCH

Chukotka proposed to simplify the filing of applications for fishing for KMNCH
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It was proposed to simplify the filing of applications for traditional and recreational fishing for indigenous peoples in Chukotka. In particular, we are talking about canceling the notarization of copies of documents attached to the application, as well as providing access to aquatic biological resources without reference to the place of permanent registration of residents.

According to the press service of the Chukotka government, these issues were discussed at a meeting chaired by the head of the region Roman Kopin, with the participation of representatives of the KMNCH affairs department, the district's agriculture department, heads of municipalities and activists of the KMNCH public associations.

The list of proposals also included the division of the catch for individuals and legal entities - on the acceptance of catch reports in electronic form, the possibility of accepting applications and reports by fish inspectors in areas, it was also proposed to allow relatives to fish if the representative of the indigenous peoples himself is not able to age or due to illness. Proposals will be sent to the North-Eastern Territorial Administration and the Federal Agency for Fisheries.

With regard to the new application form, Elena Evtyukhova, head of the district department for indigenous minorities in Chukotka, emphasized that it can be filled out for children. An application for fishing for 2022 can now be submitted by representatives of all indigenous peoples registered in Chukotka.

As Yevtyukhova added, the established limits for traditional fishing were increased in September 2020 by joint efforts with the residents of the district. In addition, in April, a program of state support for the traditional economic activities of indigenous peoples in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation was approved - it took into account the proposals of Chukotka.

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