Norway and Greenland prolonged quotas for a year

Frozen Bass
Published Dec 12, 2020

Tridge summary

The Kingdom of Norway and the Danish Autonomous Territory of Greenland decided to keep the fishing quotas in 2021 at the current year's level. Bilateral scientific cooperation will also continue. Greenland will be able to develop 4,000 tonnes of cod, 900 tonnes of haddock and 450 tonnes of pollock in the Barents Sea. In addition, Greenlandic fishermen will be able to catch another 250 tons of other species by-catch, notes the industry portal IntraFish. According to him, Norway will receive a quota of 1,350 tons of cod and 30 tons of halibut.

Original content

The parties will also continue cooperation in scientific research of Greenlandic populations of halibut, cod, sea bass and mackerel. The Greenland halibut catch quota in West ...
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