Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (REU)
 

Photo: ©FAO/Vlad UshakovWith relatively little coastline and limited access to the open sea, Eastern Europe and Central Asia are not popularly known for their fish-based cultures or economies.

But according to a recent FAO report, the region today is restoring its traditional aquaculture systems and even expanding into new fish markets.

The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2014 analyzes fish production around the globe and provides details on the state of aquaculture in Eastern Europe and Central Asia including implications for the future.

1 October 2014, Budapest, Hungary



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