Start Distributing One Million Fish Fingers in the Kurdistan Region Next Week
|June 12, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Erbil, (Rn) – A Director of Fisheries in the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources in the Kurdistan region, said that next week Stsed the distribution of one million finger thickness in the Kurdistan region. said Sirwan Saeed told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) announced that “The Ministry of Agriculture the province began days the process of production of fingerlings fish for distribution to owners of projects, fish farming in the cities of Kurdistan.”
He said, “has been producing about one million finger thickness in the Kurdistan region in both draft fish governorates of Dahuk, Sulaymaniyah, and will be distributed to those fingerlings to more than 300 projects for fish farming in the cities of the region.” revealed glad that the “fingerlings million will be distributed to 297 projects for raising the fish of the type of ponds, and 5 projects, raising fish in ponds concrete, and six projects of the type Cooad cage, have been identified price digitales per 25 dinars.”
He that “according to international standards, the per capita needs a year to 16 kilograms of fish, we are seeking to reduce the import of fish, and rely on our product local to meet the needs of the citizens of the meat of fish, for example, was imported amount is estimated at 3 thousand tons of fish in 2010 of Turkey and Iran, but in 2011 fell imported to 1 960 tonnes only.”
It should be noted that the authorities of the Kurdistan region begin to ban fishing from the first of April, until the first of July / Juliomen each year.
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