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The catch of aquatic bioresources in Russia reached 2,4 million tons, which is 0,8% higher than last year - Rosrybolovstvo
The total catch of all Russian users as of July 29, 2014 amounted to 2 million 399,4 thousand tons, which is 18,5 thousand tons, or 0,8% higher than last year. This was announced by the head of the Fisheries Organization Department Andrey Gornichnykh at an operational meeting, which was chaired by the Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation - the head of the Federal Agency for Fisheries Ilya Shestakov.
As the press service of Rosrybolovstva reports, in the Far East basin the total catch of aquatic biological resources is 1 million 641,5 thousand tons, which is 53,8 thousand tons more than last year. In the pollock fishery, the catch is 1 million 152,9 thousand tonnes. This exceeds the level of the previous year by 31,8 thousand tons. The catch of Pacific salmon in the Far Eastern fisheries basin amounted to 117 thousand tonnes - an increase of 1,3 thousand tons over the same period of the year 2012.