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PYONGYANG, July 17 (Itar-Tass) - Specialists of the Primorye Directorate for Fisheries and Water Biological Resources (Primorrybvod) have studied the working conditions at fish farms, head of Russian Federal Fisheries Agency’s office in Pyongyang Vladimir Karakozov told Itar-Tass.
Under the programme of scientific and technical cooperation between the two countries, the delegation visited the Wonsan salmon breeding enterprise, the Pukch’ong trout farm and the Pyongyang catfish plant, Karakozov said.
Russian specialists also studied their Korean colleagues’ experience in breeding salmon, trout, catfish and sturgeon, particularly feedstuffs, the temperature and the water constitution, the development of aqua- and mariculture, the official said.
Korean specialists are expected to make the return visit at the Primorye enterprises, Karakozov said.