The head of Rosrybolovstvo noted the stable operation of the fishery complex in Russia

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Published Apr 9, 2024

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In 2023, the Russian fishery complex achieved remarkable stability and growth, recording a 30-year high catch of 5.3 million tons, largely driven by pollock fishing. The year also marked the second-largest salmon catch in history, totaling 609 thousand tons. With an ambitious goal to reach 600 thousand tons in aquaculture production by 2030, the industry is receiving support through investment loans. Efforts are underway to overcome challenges in feed and planting material, aiming to self-sustain domestic fish feed production by 2025 and enhance the availability of salmon and trout planting material by 2028-2029.
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The Russian fishery complex as a whole is operating stably. This was stated by the head of Rosrybolovstvo Ilya Shestakov at a working meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “In general, the fishery complex operates stably,” Shestakov said. He recalled that in 2023, Russian fishermen produced a record catch over the past 30 years - 5.3 million tons. “The main one, of course, is our traditional species – pollock,” noted the head of the department. In addition, according to Shestakov, in 2023 there was good salmon fishing - “the second largest record in the entire history of observations was produced” - 609 thousand tons. Shestakov recalled that the development strategy for the fisheries industry includes the goal of achieving aquaculture production volumes of up to 600 thousand tons by 2030. “In general, the work is going smoothly and well. Currently, within the framework of investment loans through the Ministry of Agriculture, support is being provided to enterprises ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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