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Two Russian fishing vessels with 54 tonnes of contraband crab aboard have been detained in the Sea of Okhotsk for violation of fishing rules
Two Russian fishing vessels with 54 tonnes of contraband crab aboard have been detained in the Sea of Okhotsk for violation of fishing rules, the Federal Security Service’s public relations department told. The Argal boat of the Northeastern coastal guard department detained The Sviola fishing vessel with 7 tonnes of live crab, 29.6 tonnes of frozen king crab and 2.5 tonnes of frozen blue crab. All positioning systems were switched off on The Sviola. It also had no fishing permit. Another fishing vessel The Navoisk was detained for similar violations. Border guards found 15 tonnes of live crab aboard. Both vessels were tugged to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky for investigation. In January-June, the FSB coastal guard checked 14,600 vessels, including 483 foreign ones, the public relations department said. Two hundred and ninety-five vessels were arrested, including 41 foreign ones, for violating border and environment protection laws. Around 961 tonnes of contraband seafood were seized, the source said.
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