Source Pravda.Ru

Maritime Territory's law-enforcers to probe into several fishing companies' privatisation

President Vladimir Putin of Russia has set a task to regional law-enforcement bodies to clear up the situation surrounding the privatisation of a number of Maritime Territory's fishing companies, a RIA Novosti's source in the Russian Interior Ministry reported.

Today, the Russian leader met fishers in Vladivostok (the center of the Maritime Territory, Far Eastern Russia). At the meeting, the fishers told the Russian President about their problems related to the privatisation of fishing companies.

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