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Vladimir Pechenyi: The situation in the fisheries complex is serious

The Governor of the Magadan Region, Vladimir Pechenyi, in an interview with said that the situation in the fishery complex of the region is very serious: it "needs to be radically changed." According to him, “it is important to restore salmon herds in the near future. It is impossible to cope with this task without reconstruction of existing fish hatcheries and construction of new ones ”.

“In 2014, a small amount was allocated for these purposes - about 25 million rubles. We have already prepared new justifications for including the project in the federal program, and I hope the region will not be ignored, ”he said.

The governor also shared that the region is simultaneously seeking "the transfer to the regional ownership of a fish terminal in the Magadan Commercial Sea Port."

"We have developed a program for the development of a fish terminal to create conditions for fishing enterprises: today they can not enter the port and unload the fish ashore - there are no capacities, the coastal base is destroyed. In the format of public-private partnership, we offer both local investors and companies from other regions to participate in the modernization of the fishing industry. I hope the 2015 year will be a year of action in this direction, "Vladimir Pechenyi shared. Read more:

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