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Russia and China will continue to develop cooperation in the field of fisheries; the countries have agreed on work plans for 2024

Seafood
Russia
China
Regulation & Compliances
Published Mar 29, 2024

Tridge summary

The first face-to-face meeting between Russia and China on fisheries cooperation since the COVID-19 pandemic took place, led by Deputy Head of Rosrybolovstvo, Vasily Sokolov, and Deputy Head of the Department of Fisheries and Fishery Protection of the Ministry of Agriculture of China, Sun Haiwen. The discussions aimed at enhancing collaboration in areas such as the protection and reproduction of aquatic biological resources in the Amur and Ussuri rivers, scientific research on sturgeon and salmon, and expanding scientific and business cooperation. A key development was the move towards simplifying seafood import procedures into China, notably transitioning to electronic certificates for Russian fish products. The meeting, which concluded with the signing of a protocol, underscored the countries' long-standing cooperation in combating illegal fishing and was marked by a warm and friendly business atmosphere.
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The meeting in Russia was held in person for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. The Russian delegation was headed by Deputy Head of Rosrybolovstvo Vasily Sokolov, the Chinese delegation by Sun Haiwen, Deputy Head of the Department of Fisheries and Fishery Protection of the Ministry of Agriculture of the People's Republic of China. Russia and China are experiencing the greatest rise in relations in all areas, including in the field of fisheries. During the session, the parties traditionally successfully held negotiations on the development of interaction in all areas, including the protection and reproduction of aquatic biological resources in the border waters of the Amur and Ussuri rivers, in the field of scientific research of sturgeon and salmon species, as well as the expansion of scientific and business cooperation . The parties noted the need to simplify procedures for importing seafood into China. An important step for this will be the transition from paper to ...
Source: Fishretail
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