North Sea fish management deal signed
A new deal for the management of shared fish stocks in the North Sea has been signed.
Negotiations between the EU and Norway to put in place a new bilateral agreement for the management of the stocks was agreed.
UK fisheries minister Richard Benyon said: "Following extremely tough negotiations I am pleased that (the) EU and Norway have reached agreement ahead of December's EU fisheries negotiations to allow the expansion of the catch quota trial for North Sea cod.”
More to follow.
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