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Roman Vityazev

Roman Vityazev

Chairman, Far Eastern Union of Mariculture Enterprises; Chairman, Hyperion
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04.09.2019
EEF 2019
Developing Aquaculture: Initial Results and New Objectives
I would refer to the question concerning the actual form of the zones which are established. Currently, we have either a square, or a trapezium – four points. Given geographical features and the nature of coastal waters, this leads to large swathes of water remaining unused. In our opinion, we need to increase the number of points used when creating these zones, thereby allowing potential investors to delineate zones in other ways, such as a polygonal configuration over a large area
04.09.2019
EEF 2019
Developing Aquaculture: Initial Results and New Objectives
I would suggest a form of carrot-and-stick approach for users who fulfil their obligations, do their work, and put effort and investment in development, one which envisages a process for expanding the current boundaries of fishing zones. I am specifically speaking of the part where creating new zones is impossible. In doing so, we could increase both efficiency and the number of legal commercial operators in water bodies by orders of magnitude. We could solve development problems experienced by current users
04.09.2019
EEF 2019
Developing Aquaculture: Initial Results and New Objectives
Perhaps this could, as an option, be included in the Far East’s development strategy. At the previous EEF, as well as at other forums connected to digitalization, we also proposed the creation of a user account, which could, for example, form part of the Aquavostok online service. That could enable people to submit their questions and immediately get the responses and answers they need. They could get information on regulations which have been newly adopted, or scrapped. And this line of communication could be both fast, and two-way
04.09.2019
EEF 2019
Developing Aquaculture: Initial Results and New Objectives
A favourable environment needs to be created for mariculture companies, primarily via regulatory legislation
04.09.2019
EEF 2019
Developing Aquaculture: Initial Results and New Objectives
We are heard, and are requests are considered. Unfortunately, however, this process is a very slow one. In this aspect, we naturally regard our colleagues in China with a discernible degree of envy. The system they have in place for business to interact with government has been built on an entirely different principle. There, the government is primarily interested in solving issues encountered by business and makes every endeavour to do so. Currently, that is left for us to do ourselves
04.09.2019
EEF 2019
Developing Aquaculture: Initial Results and New Objectives
A very large number of issues makes work difficult, both for currently operating enterprises and new ones alike. And the regulatory legislation, the position taken by supervisory bodies is not always, shall we say, flexible. There is not always the possibility of rapidly making changes to one regulatory document or other, to adapt them to fit the current circumstances with regard the cultivation of aquaculture facilities of one kind or other