Norway and Brazil co-operate on fighting fish crime
Minister of Fisheries and Seafood Odd Emil Ingebrigtsen and his Brazilian colleague Jorge Seif Jr. meet via an online link

Norway and Brazil co-operate on fighting fish crime

Norway initiated an international declaration against fisheries crime in 2018. At the time, nine countries supported this initiative and now Brazil has also joined, bringing the number of supporting states…

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Minister boosts haddock quota

Iceland’s Minister of Fisheries Kristján Thór Júlíusson has signed legislation increasing this quota year’s haddock quota by 8000 tonnes. This increases the haddock quota for the 2020-21 quota year from…

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Canada and France agree on 3Ps cod fishery
Canada and France have agreed catch limits for this year’s Area 3Ps cod fishery

Canada and France agree on 3Ps cod fishery

Since 1994, Canada and France (in respect of Saint Pierre and Miquelon) have co-managed fish stocks, including cod in the 3Ps zone off the south coast of Newfoundland and Labrador.…

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Shetland fishermen slam EU-Norway-UK fisheries deal
Shetland fishermen have criticised the fisheries agreement reached between the EU, Norway and the UK. Image: Shetland Fishermen

Shetland fishermen slam EU-Norway-UK fisheries deal

In a reaction to the outcome of the EU-Norway-UK fisheries deal that sets total allowable catches for 2021 for six jointly managed stocks, Shetland Fishermen’s Association criticised the flawed basis…

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