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Minvostokrazvitiya helps the development of aquaculture, but other departments are slowing down - АМКОР - EastRussia | Far East

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Minvostokrazvitiya helps the development of aquaculture, but other departments are slowing down - AMKOR

The development of aquaculture as an industry in the Far East is facilitated only by the Ministry of Culture, other agencies are slowing down, the Association of Mariculture Organizations of the Primorye Territory (AMKOR) said on Friday. Entrepreneurs consider it a bad practice to bring fish farming, pond breeding and mariculture under the same rules.

"Aquaculture, as a rather new branch of agriculture for Russia, needs a well-developed regulatory framework. Clear, simple and transparent rules of the game will give an even greater impetus to the development of aquaculture and attraction of investment in it. However, state regulators do not always try to understand the specifics of aquaculture to the end, which can be fraught with negative consequences. So, up to now in the current legislation there is no separate regulation for pasture, industrial, pond aquaculture, there is also no division of objects - marine and freshwater, despite the fact that these directions and objects have significant contrast differences, "the statement said. As noted, regulators continue to impose the same rules on different areas of aquaculture, while the foundation of the draft veterinary rules for aquaculture "is taken from animal husbandry."

"The same applies to the imposition of state environmental expertise by Rosprirodnadzor, which will be a multi-million dollar encumbrance on each of the mariculture farms. The purpose of this expensive examination (0,5 million rubles for one site, which one farm may have more than a dozen) is to prevent damage to the natural environment from human activities. But how can you harm nature if mariculture farms and so restore at their own expense these valuable species of aquatic biological resources, bringing nature benefits? "- the applicants ask themselves.

AMKOR's position is that when developing and adopting fossil for aquaculture regulatory documents and solutions, an open and close interaction of state bodies and aquaculture workers is needed, which are ready for cooperation. But such cooperation is now more declarative, entrepreneurs emphasize.