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Limits for South Korean fishermen reduced in Russia

Limits for South Korean fishermen reduced in Russia
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For fishermen of South Korea this year, the limits on catching biological resources in the Russian economic zone have been reduced. The rates for using the WBR remained at the level of the last year.

As the Fishnews, fishermen of the republic will be able to extract 41,26 thousand tons - 5,44 thousand tons less than last year's limit. Since May, the fishing enterprises of South Korea will be able to catch 28,4 thousand tons of pollock and 5,05 thousand tons of cod in Russian waters. In June, it is allowed to catch four thousand tons of squid, in July - three thousand tons of saury. It is planned that the fishery will be conducted by 75 fishing vessels.

The fee for the use of aquatic biological resources is $ 375 per ton of pollock, $ 436,2 per ton of cod, $ 110 per ton of squid and herring, and $ 106 per ton of saury.

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