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No more fishing in Volga River?
1.09.2010 18:00
No more fishing in Volga River?

Russian Federal Fisheries Agency has suggested to forbid commercial fish capture in the river of Volga in connection with natural resources depletion in the Russian national waters. Volga won't be the only one pretendent for such prohibition.
      Fishing for commercial purposes won't be forever, but timeframes are unknown. The experts say it is early to spaek about it. "The river should have a rest", Andrey Krainiy, the head of Fisheries Agency says. According to him, a good time for such rest is 3 - 5 years.
      The problem is that Volga is a habitat of sturgeon fish species, which are very valuable, as fish and because of the sturgeon roe. 8 thousands tons of fish is harvested annually, and it doesn't aid the population.
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