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Y. Trutnev "For 3-4 of the month we will be able to minimize administrative problems in the fishing industry"

Deputy Prime Minister - Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev instructed the Federal Agency for Fishery and the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East to audit the work of all bodies controlling the fishing industry and propose effective measures to reduce "unnecessary" functions. He announced this in Vladivostok, summing up the results of the meeting on the development of the country's fishery complex.

“Today in the Far East the overwhelming part of the fish catch in Russia is caught, which is a great advantage for the regions that are part of the federal district. And the situation when Russian fish products on foreign markets are three times cheaper than their foreign counterparts must be radically changed. We must make sure that most of the caught fish is processed on the territory of Russia, ”the plenipotentiary said.

Brakes the development of the industry, from his point of view, unnecessary barriers, built up by controlling structures. “I talked with representatives of fisheries enterprises, they complain about the inability to work normally due to the huge number of checks and crooks in the regulatory bodies. One company may have up to 50 checks at various levels, and I wonder how they even survive in such conditions. It is necessary to change this system. We agreed that the Ministry for the Development of the Far East, together with the Federal Agency for Fisheries, will audit the work of our regulatory agencies and answer what functions are superfluous. I think that in three or four months we will be able to minimize administrative barriers in this industry, ”said Yury Trutnev, summing up the meeting.

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