Russia: In Primorye, the volume of fish exports to China is declining by 4.7 percent

Published May 3, 2024

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From January to April 2024, the Primorsky Territorial Administration of Rosrybolovstvo monitored 1,492 shipments of fish products intended for export to China, covering a total weight of 303.858 thousand tons. Despite a decrease of 4.7% in export volume compared to the same period in 2023, the production of fish and seafood in the Russian Far East has seen a significant increase, surpassing 1.4 million tons. The main exports included pollock, herring, and crabs. The Russian Ministry of Agriculture is considering expanding railway transportation subsidies for sardines and Pacific salmon, following a proposal by Rosrybolovstvo to increase subsidies for pollock products. Not all exported aquatic biological resources need to be IUU certified, only those specified in intergovernmental agreements with importing countries like China.
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During January - April 2024, the Primorsky Territorial Administration of Rosrybolovstvo checked the legality of 1,492 shipments of fish products obtained in the Far East and intended for export to China. For each batch, an INN certificate is issued, confirming the legality of the origin of the product. The total weight of fish products controlled and registered for export for January - April 2024 amounted to 303.858 thousand tons, including 115.569 thousand tons in April. Compared to the same period in 2023, when 318,812 thousand tons were exported, incl. in April – 122.139 thousand tons, the volume of exports in the first four months of this year decreased by 4.7%. The largest volume of processed and exported fish products in 2024 was pollock - 239.658 thousand tons, herring - 47.724 thousand tons and crabs - 10.556 thousand tons. 4.682 thousand tons of Pacific salmon were exported. According to data from the industry monitoring system of the Federal Agency for Fishery ...
Source: Fishretail
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