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In the Khabarovsk region for the summer banned industrial fishing chum
In the summer of 2019, industrial fishing of salmon on the Amur River in the Khabarovsk Territory is prohibited. The measure is taken to save the depleted fish wealth of the river. About it сообщает REGNUM.
The ban will not affect amateur fishermen, unlike the companies and communities of indigenous peoples. Currently, Amur operates 150 fishing enterprises, mainly representing small and medium-sized businesses. Also, several dozen enterprises are organized on the basis of the indigenous peoples' communities, for which salmon fishes are a traditional type of food, and fishing is a traditional type of fishery.
The decision to ban industrial fishing of chum was made by the Far Eastern Fishery Council. According to the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, since 2016, the decline in the salmon population has been recorded on Amur.