Kazakh Agriculture Ministry proposes to introduce state monopoly for fishing of sturgeon fish species in 2011
ASTANA. October 30. KAZINFORM /Serik Sabekov/ A round table on the Law of Kazakhstan 'On amendments to some legislative acts on forest management, animal world and specially protected natural sites' took place in Astana. The amendments introduced by the Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture suppose improvement of the legislative acts of Kazakhstan 'On specially protected natural sites', 'On protection, reproduction and use of animal world' and others. According to Vice Minister of Agriculture Marat Orazayev several amendments have been introduced into environmental regulations during the last period. "At present acceptance of amendments to some legislative acts of Kazakhstan on fishery providing the issues of state support for fishery development, aquaculture as well as the issues of deep sea fishing is under completion. The amendments also provide introduction of the state monopoly since 2011 for fishing of sturgeon fish species, processing and sales of fish roe", - the Vice Minister noted.