Humane Society International (HSI) embodies the international programs of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), a charitable nonprofit organization founded in 1954 with a constituency of more than ten million people.
HSI oversees and coordinates the work of The HSUS abroad, addressing animal issues that cross many borders and impact millions of animals worldwide.
HSI works with national and jurisdictional governments, humane organizations, and individual animal protectionists in countries around the world to find practical, culturally sensitive, and long-term solutions to common animal issues, and to share an ethic of respect and compassion for all life.
With connections at the highest levels of international organizations and national governments, such as the United Nations (UN), European Union (EU), World Trade Organization (WTO) and the parliaments of Great Britain, Germany, and Australia, HSI works closely with policymakers, conducting briefings and helping to draft legislation, regulations, policy statements, international treaties, free trade agreements, and resolutions affecting animals.
Domestic market frozen fish prices show stability Russia Fed.
From 7 to 13 September, the dynamics of prices for frozen fish in the wholesale segment of the domestic market, basically, showed a tendency towards stability.
In the Far East region, there was a ten...