Development of Bilateral Trade and Economic Cooperation between Russia and China in Fisheries and Aquaculture

08 Jun , 10:00–11:15
The Transition to a Multipolar World Economy
Congress Centre, zone B, 2nd floor, conference hall B1

In 2024, Moscow and Beijing are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the establishment of Russian-Chinese diplomatic relations. In recent years, much attention has been paid to the issues of cooperation between Russia and China in the field of fisheries. China and Russia are actively creating conditions for the exchange of experiences in aquaculture farm development and the creation of environmentally friendly products. Russia and China are currently discussing new joint projects to develop fish farms in the border areas of the two countries and to exchange experiences in the production of products at such enterprises. What factors contribute to the realization of joint aquaculture projects in the border regions of Russia and China? What mechanisms for promoting fisheries initiatives are most prominent at the federal level? How will joint projects help solve current problems in fisheries and aquaculture in areas near the border? What are the current joint objectives and plans between Russia and China aimed at establishing Russian-Chinese cooperation on the global stage?

Stanislav Naumov, Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation for Economic Policy

Zumrud Isaeva, President, Association for the Development of Organic Aquaculture
Pavel Kiparisov, Chairman –Executive Secretary, Russian-Chinese Guild of Commerce (RCGC)
Vasily Sokolov, eputy Head, Federal Agency for Fisheries, “Regional specifics of aquaculture in Russia: negative and successful experience”
Zhang Qinghua, Head of the Business Cooperation Center, Russian-Chinese Chamber