Restoring active fisheries and infrastructure will help to establish the work in the fishing industry, told reporters the Governor of the Kolyma region Vladimir Pecheny on the results of the meeting on the development of the fisheries complex in the far Eastern regions.
The government has long discussed the possibility of cheaper and easier transportation of fish from the Far East. The issue became especially actual in connection with restrictions on food imports from a number of States imposed by the Russian Federation in the last month of summer last year in response to punishment. The head of Federal Agency for fishery Ilya Shestakov in the past year reported, discussed, and among them, the possibility of exempting rail rates for moving fish from the Far East
"For me it's the most important thing, as for the restoration of active fisheries, Restore active database that relates to the handling of vessels. We own side such a program is prepared, We are ready to invest in infrastructure, " said Baked, adding that the story is about the provision of electricity, and in the Magadan region and severe logistics, road.
"For us, a sore subject - Federal hatchery plants that came in the greatest disrepair. A herd of salmon we have in the Magadan region has declined over the last 10 years, has the ability to be in 3-4 times, and it is, in General, the result of a whole set of troubles, issues, wealth fish processing plants, drift-net fishing, which in practice, let's hope the decision is already made. I am sure that in the sequential position of the authorized representative and our activity movement will be, " said Baked.
Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine. In July of last year the EU and the US from point penalties against private individuals and organizations have moved to the measures against entire sectors of Russia's economy. In response, Russia restricted imports of food items from States that have entered against her punishment, as well as among them from the EU, increasing the share of imports from other countries. A ban were beef, pork, poultry, sausages, fish, vegetables, fruits, dairy products and several other products from Europe.