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Russian fishermen end 2021 with a record total catch

Российские рыбаки завершили 2021 год с рекордным показателем общего вылова
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Jan 13, 2022
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More than 5 million tons of aquatic biological resources were harvested According to preliminary data, Russian fishermen completed 2021 1.5% ahead of 2020 - more than 5.05 million tons of aquatic biological resources were harvested in all basins of the Russian Federation and outside Russian waters. This figure also turned out to be higher than the record catch of 2018, when domestic fishermen for the first time overcame the bar of 5 million tons (a record figure since 1992).
More than 5 million tons of aquatic bioresources produced According to preliminary data, Russian fishermen completed 2021 1.5% ahead of 2020 - more than 5.05 million tons of aquatic biological resources were harvested in all basins of the Russian Federation and outside Russian waters. This figure also turned out to be higher than the record catch of 2018, when domestic fishermen for the first time exceeded the 5 million ton bar (a record figure since 1992). This was reported in the Federal Agency for Fishery, drawing attention to the fact that updated statistics will be presented in April. A significant contribution to the total catch in 2021 was provided by salmon fishing, Pacific herring fishing, the resumption of large-scale fishing for the Caspian sprat, an increase in cod and haddock production in the Northern basin and sprat in the Azov-Black Sea basin. “It is important that the rate of development of non-quota objects is growing - we set such a task on an annual basis. They ...
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