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Vladimir Pechenyi asks to transfer the fish terminal to the region

Governor Vladimir Pechenyi and RF Minister of Agriculture Nikolai Fyodorov discussed the state of the fishing industry in the Magadan Region at a meeting in Moscow.

The governor of Kolyma reiterated the need to transfer the seaport's fishing terminal to the regional property. Earlier the issue was already raised at a meeting under the leadership of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

“Our fishery complex needs large investments and serious modernization. So far, I assess the situation with him as unfavorable, ”said the head of the subject of the Federation.

Vladimir Pechenyi noted that the region needs replenishment of salmon stocks, and the operating hatcheries are obsolete and can not cope with this task.

“Our appeal to the Ministry of Agriculture is connected with the fact that the reconstruction of existing and construction of new fish hatcheries should be included in federal programs. In addition, we insist on transferring the fish terminal of the Magadan seaport to the regional ownership, ”the governor said.

He explained that for many years nothing was done to develop the coastal infrastructure in the fishing port, the press service of the regional administration reported.

“In fact, fishing vessels do not have the ability to moor normally, there is no coastal base for storing products, elementary refrigerators. After transferring the fish terminal to the regional ownership, we intend to carry out a comprehensive modernization of the port facilities with the attraction of investors' money on the basis of a public-private partnership, ”Vladimir Pechenyi said.

He added that now the region is preparing proposals for the modernization of the port for shipment to the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia.

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