Global trading platform TridgeGlobal trading platform TridgeGlobal trading platform Tridge
Intelligence & Data
Sign In
Local News

Russian fishermen increased the extraction of aquatic biological resources by 3.1%

Российские рыбаки увеличили добычу водных биоресурсов на 3,1%
This news article has been translated to English.
Fish
Russia
Supply Yield / Stock Quantity
Apr 21, 2022
Share This News
By April 18, 2022, the catch amounted to more than 1.5 million tons. The fishing of the Russian fleet is going on as usual, according to the Federal Agency for Fisheries. By April 18, 2022, Russian fishermen harvested 1,567.4 thousand tons of aquatic biological resources (ABR), which is 3.1% more than in 2021. Far Eastern fishermen caught 904.2 thousand tons of pollock, 179.4 thousand tons of herring and 51.8 thousand tons of cod. The total catch in the Far Eastern fishery basin amounted to 1,220.7 thousand tons, which is 7.9% more than in 2021.
By April 18, 2022, the catch amounted to more than 1.5 million tons The fishing of the Russian fleet is going on as usual, according to the Federal Agency for Fishery. By April 18, 2022, Russian fishermen had harvested 1,567.4 thousand tons of aquatic biological resources (ABR), which is 3.1% more than in 2021. Far Eastern fishermen caught 904.2 thousand tons of pollock, 179.4 thousand tons of herring and 51.8 thousand tons of cod. The total catch in the Far Eastern fishery basin amounted to 1,220.7 thousand tons, which is 7.9% more than in 2021. Fishermen of the Northern Fisheries Basin caught 151.8 thousand tons of fish, including cod - 91.7 thousand tons, haddock - 24.2 thousand tons. The catch in the Western Fisheries Basin amounted to 32.6 thousand tons. 21.5 thousand tons were harvested in the sprat fishery, 9.7 thousand tons of Baltic herring. 14.8 thousand tons of fish were harvested in the Azov-Black Sea fishery basin, including ...
Was this news article helpful?
By clicking “Accept Cookies,” I agree to provide cookies for statistical and personalized preference purposes. To learn more about our cookies, please read our Privacy Policy.