Russia: In Primorye, the volume of fish exports to China increased by 15 percent

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Published Mar 6, 2024

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The Primorsky Territorial Administration of Rosrybolovstvo inspected 551 batches of fish products, totaling 93.5 thousand tons, intended for export to China in the first two months of 2024. This represents a 15% increase compared to the same period in 2023. The majority of the processed and exported fish products were pollock, herring, and crabs. However, only certain species specified in intergovernmental agreements between Russia and importing countries are subject to IUU certification.
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During January - February 2024, the Primorsky Territorial Administration of Rosrybolovstvo checked the legality of 551 batches 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 by officials of Rosrybolovstvo for export in January - February 2024 amounted to 93.5 thousand tons, including 66.1 thousand tons in February. Compared to the same period in 2023, when fishing companies exported 83.4 thousand tons, the volume of exports increased by 15%. The largest volume of processed and exported fish products was pollock - 71.3 thousand tons, herring - 13.3 thousand tons and crabs - 5.5 thousand tons. It should be noted that not all exported aquatic biological resources are subject to IUU certification in the territorial departments of Rosrybolovstvo, but only those species that are specified in ...
Source: Fishretail
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