The ban will go into effect Jan. 1 for at least one year, but it could be extended for up to five years, RIA Novosti reported.
Kazakhstan, Iran, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan also agreed to the ban.
Russian officials said Friday the ban is being put in place because sturgeons, which are sold internationally for about $2.50 a gram, are becoming extinct.
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