EU and Faroes work hard to resolve differences

Prime Minister Johannesen agreed there is a need to get Faroese-EU relations back on track. Photo: norden.org/Magnus Fröderberg

The European Union and Faroe Islands are working hard to get back on track, despite the ongoing dispute over mackerel.

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