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KNRTU was the co-organizer of the international forum on aquaculture development in Russia and Russian-Norwegian joint projects

On December 5, 2017, the international forum was conducted in Kazan under umbrella of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway in Moscow. The organizer of the conference was «Innovation and Production Technopark «Idea». Kazan National Research Technological University and Russian Federal Agency for Fishery (Rosrybolovstvo) were the co-organizers of the event.

The delegates of the conference were the representatives the Government of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway in Moscow, Russian Federal Agency for Fishery (Rosrybolovstvo), heads of the Norwegian salmon manufacturing companies, experts from the leading universities of Norway and the Republic of Tatarstan as well as the distributors of the specialized equipment.

Tatarstan is planning to start growing salmon next year. The authorities of the Republic of Tatarstan are looking forward to attract Norwegian investors and give them financial and administrative support. The government is working at realization of the programme of commercial aquaculture development adopted in January 2016.

Russian Federal Agency for Fishery (Rosrybolovstvo), the authorities of Tatarstan and Norwegian fish industry investors including Noras Group, AquaOptima AS and Norway Seaweed AS met in Kazan discussed the possibilities of launching aquaculture facilities in Tatarstan. According to the plan, aquaculture investments in Tatarstan will be launched in the spring and summer of 2018. Fish would need to be produced in land-based recirculation systems due to the fact that Tatarstan is landlocked. The republic approved its development programme of commercial aquaculture for 2016-2020 in January 2016. The plan envisages modernisation of fish farms infrastructure in order to increase their capacity up to 600 tonnes of fish per year. According to the programme, Tatarstan will get 19 new fish farms and 783 complex purpose ponds. The project is estimated at one billion rubles.

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