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Current quotas for valuable fish will save Sakhalin
The current catch standards in the northern Kuril zone will be kept beyond Sakhalin. The governor of the region Valery Limarenko and the head of the Federal Agency for Fishery Ilya Shestakov came to such an agreement.
According to the press service of the regional government, earlier Kamchatka and the Khabarovsk Territory asked to redistribute the aquatic biological resources of the northern Kuril Islands in their favor. According to the region, this could create a threat to the stable operation of local enterprises.
The region has a large number of state-owned salmon hatcheries that require modernization. To resolve this issue, local authorities intend to attract private investors.
In addition, entrepreneurs might be interested in the extraction of kelp in the Shikotan region, which is now actively being conducted by Japanese ships. The head of the region turned to Rosrybolovstvo with a proposal to work out such an opportunity for Sakhalin fishermen.