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Establishing the periods and areas of fishing prohibition in the 2023 aquatic fishing objectives

The Environment Agency established, at the proposal of the scientific institutions and the Environmental Protection Inspectorate, the periods of prohibition of sport, amateur and recreational fishing of any species of fish, crustaceans, molluscs and other live aquatic creatures. In this sense, the general prohibition period for the year 2023 will be valid between April 9 and June 30.

According to the information, fishing is prohibited for 60 consecutive days, between April 9 and June 7, 2023. During this interval, fishing is prohibited at the intersection of the Prut River with the northern border of the Republic of Moldova with Ukraine to the village of Teţcani, in the Costeşti-Stânca reservoir and in the Prut river on the sector from the dam of the Costeşti-Stânca hydrotechnical node to the village of Giurgiulesti.

During 67 consecutive days, between April 10 and June 15, 2023, fishing is prohibited in the following areas: the Dniester river in the sector from the village of Naslavcea to the town of Camenca, the Dubăsari reservoir, the Dniester river in the sectors from the Dubăsari Hydroelectric Power Plant dam to the village of Palanca, the Turunciuc branch and Cahul lake.

Fishing is prohibited for 82 consecutive days, between April 10 and June 30, 2023, on the rivers Ciorna, Răut, Ichel, Bâc and Botna.

Between April 9 and June 30, 2023, fishing is also prohibited in aquatic fishing objectives, other than those assigned for fish farming activities, with the exception of fish technological measures.

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