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An annual meeting of Russian and Japanese scientists took place in Tokyo

From 7 on 12 November 2014 in Tokyo, an annual meeting of Russian and Japanese scientists and experts in researching the state of stocks and rational use of salmon, saury, sardine, mackerel, and other fish species, as well as squid was held.

In the course of the work of two sections (on salmon and a section on pelagic fish and pollock), scientists from Russia and Japan exchanged information on the dynamics of fishing and the state of stocks of the main fishing objects of greatest interest to the fishermen of the two countries, the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery reports.

In particular, the meeting participants examined the state of the Pacific salmon stocks formed in the rivers of Russia and Japan, and also evaluated the prospects for the fishing of chum salmon, pink salmon, sockeye salmon, chinook salmon and coho salmon for the coming year.

In the section on pelagic fish and pollock, information was provided on the state of the fishery in 2013, and preliminary results of 2014 on such species as saury, sardine, and mackerel, mackerel, anchovy, Pacific squid, Sakhalin-Hokkaid herring and pollock were summed up. Experts exchanged views on the current dynamics of stocks of these bioresources.

The outcome of the international meeting was the Protocol, prepared and initialed by the heads of the two delegations, as well as the Joint Report on pelagic sites and draft cooperation programs for subsequent years, which are an annex to the protocol.

The materials of this meeting will form the basis of the position of Russia and Japan at the forthcoming sessions of the intergovernmental commissions on fisheries and fisheries.

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