Solve Atlantic mackerel stalemate, urge EU fishers


EU fishers accuse Norway and Faroes of ‘unsustainable and irresponsible behaviour’ as they call for talks on mackerel to resume

Fishers in the European Union are urging coastal states to resume all-party talks on mackerel quotas to safeguard stocks and businesses.

The industry stresses that this year’s UK-Norway bilateral deal has done nothing to end overfishing as it accuses Norway and the Faroe Islands of setting their own, unreasonable, quotas.

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