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Polish fish processors want to bring pollock and cod to Europe from Primorye
Fish processing companies from Poland plan to transport fish from the Primorsky Territory along the Northern Sea Route. They have already discussed this issue with the authorities of the region. Bet on pollock, cod and salmon.
According to the adviser-minister of the economic cooperation department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, Alexander Vasilevski, his country possesses the latest technologies in the fishing industry, is one of the four producers among the EU countries and is ready to cooperate with Primorye, since the Baltic Sea is not so rich in aquatic bioresources.
According to the press service of the regional administration, the coastal fishermen annually harvest about 800 thousand tons of fish and seafood. Mintai and herring are the main fishery, but now the most important commercial fish is sardine ivasi. Also in Primorsky Krai, aquaculture is actively developing: scallops, mussels, kelp, trepangs are grown on offshore areas, and deep-sea crab and makrurus are harvested. It may also be of interest to Polish fish processors.