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The Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port offered a variant of joint use of berths to the National Resources Agency

OJSC "Vladivostok Sea Fish Port" suggested FSUE "National Fish Resource" (NRR) an updated version of the joint use of state berths, according to the "Golden Horn". The response to the commercial proposal of HPR has already been sent to the management of the state enterprise. According to the letter of the port workers, they are ready to cooperate on all the proposed points that were developed by the FSUE. At the moment, a response is expected from the Natsrybresur.

The types of activities that were indicated by FSUE in a letter sent earlier to the port: maintenance of berths, clearing debris, snow; mooring operations; dispatching when mooring vessels to berths, marine agency services, bunkering of fishing and other vessels with fuel.

However, as stated in the letter, the port draws attention to the fact that when implementing the proposed options for cooperation, FSUE employees need to hold a number of organizational issues. In addition, the port workers indicate that commercial activity on individual proposed items of the NRR can be carried out today and could previously .

The cooperation option proposed by OJSC “VSMP” fully complies with the criteria of a private-state partnership, which is spelled out in the instructions of the President of the Russian Federation. In fact, “Vladmorrybport” takes government obligations into its account, removing the burden from the budget.

As previously reported by EastRussia, в March FSUE Natsrybresurs proposed to charge a fee from the Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port (VMPP), based on the intensity of operation of the hydraulic structures under its jurisdiction. And in  The beginning April The Vladivostok Court of Appeal legalized the decision of the Arbitration Court of the Primorsky Territory on the refusal of Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port OJSC (VMRP) to a lease agreement with FSUE Natsrybresurs, which assumed the obligation to conclude an agreement for the lease of hydraulic structures (GTS).

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