The Interfax news agency Almaty, December 29, Kazakhstan Prime Minister Ma Ming chaired a government meeting on the same day to consider the adoption of the "2030 Fisheries Development Plan", proposed by 2030 to reduce imports of aquatic products by 55%, exports to expand 3.5 times the vision.
Ma Ming said that by 2030, Kazakhstan's exports of aquatic products will increase from the current 30,000 tons to 136,000 tons, and imports of aquatic products from the current 45,000 tons to 25,000 tons.
the same time, it plans to double domestic consumption of aquatic products from 67,000 tons to 134,000 tons.
increase aquaculture production to 30 times its current level, from 9,000 tonnes to 270,000 tonnes.
50,000 jobs are expected to be created through the vigorous development of fisheries.
mamin called on the Ministry of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources, together with relevant state and local governments, to ensure that planned measures are implemented in a timely manner and that the stated development goals in the field of fisheries are achieved.