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India intends to take over from Sakhalin the experience of industrial fishing

Delegates of India at the III Eastern Economic Forum (WEF-2017) appealed to the representatives of the delegation of the Sakhalin Oblast to share experience and technologies of extraction and processing of marine bioresources by large mining vessels, the press service of the Sakhalin government said on Thursday. As noted, in India, the world leader in the production of mariculture (up to 4 million tons per year), coastal fishing has been developed, but the technology of long-range marine fishing has so far been poorly studied. At the same time, the demand for fish and seafood in India is growing.

Head of the delegation of Sakhalin to VEF-2017 Governor Oleg Kozhemyako said that Sakhalin is ready to share with India interesting technologies of fishing. "We have previously agreed that foreign partners will visit the Sakhalin Oblast, where in practice, directly on the mining vessels, they will receive lessons from a new type of fishery for India - from fishermen, captains and masters of extraction," the press service quoted him.

Sakhalin and the Kuriles have been producing bioresources for many decades in large vessels in the marine and oceanic zones. They are actually floating factories - the catch in most cases goes through the entire cycle of deep processing directly on board. At the same time, a wide range of ready-to-eat products is available, from fillets to canned foods.