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Deputy Minister for Development of the Far East proposed to change quotas for bioresources for investments

Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East Oleg Skufinsky offered to provide quotas "in exchange for investments." "Due to this, we can solve the issue of modernization of quay walls, construction of freezers in the ports of the Far East", - the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East reports his words.

В port of Vladivostok A meeting of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation - Plenipotentiary Representative of the President in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev with representatives of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development and the Far Eastern Federal District regions took place on board the Vsevolod Sibirtsev floating base 27. The meeting was attended by representatives of the Federal Agency for Fisheries, the Federal Antimonopoly Service and the business community.

The meeting focused on the main issues related to the development of the fishery complex, as well as a discussion of factors that adversely affected the industry.

One of these negative aspects was called the mechanism allocation of quotas. Deputy Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia Alexander Kinev noted that since 2004 in Russia there is a rather narrow circle of enterprises that receive quotas, without bearing any social or investment responsibility.

As a result, it was proposed to provide enterprises with quotas in exchange for investment, which would allow modernization of the quay walls and build freezing storage systems in ports.

The lack of a unified, well-functioning system for ensuring the freezing of fish on the way from the fishing vessel to the buyer is currently the main problem. So, fish products, getting from Kamchatka to Moscow, pass a transport chain in 13 links, which increases the final cost several times.

"By producing a lot of fish, we do not know how to sell it, create surplus value, - said Yury Trutnev, - and this is one of the main tasks that we all have to solve together ".

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