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The head of Primorye proposed to the government of Russia to release small vessels from port charges

The acting governor of the Maritime Territory, Andrei Tarasenko, proposed to amend the rules for the application of rates of port charges in Russian seaports and to release small-tonnage and small-size fishing vessels from payments. The head of the region has already sent a letter to the government of the country.

Entrepreneurs complained to Andrei Tarasenko that they often go to ports and are forced to pay a fee more often. For them, this is a serious financial burden. Now the authorities are discussing the draft order of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia "On Amendments to the Rules of Application of Rates of Port Dues at Sea Ports of the Russian Federation, Approved by Order of the Federal Antimonopoly Service No. 223 / 16". The Ministry of Transport supported the idea of ​​the release of small vessels from payment of a ship fee. They will give money only in the ports of Nevelsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Poronaisk.

According to the press service of the regional administration, earlier the head of Primorye said that the Primorsky fishery and aquaculture system requires significant changes, including reducing the cost of fish for the inhabitants of the province, restoring coastal fishing and updating the fishing fleet.