Fisheries commissioner admits it is difficult to reach an agreement before the set date: December 10
07 DIC 2022 , Updated at 04:46 hours.
in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) signed by the European Union and the United Kingdom to mark coexistence after Brexit, it is clear that both sides must agree on fishing possibilities before 10 December each year. shares Shared in the seas in which mutual access is currently permitted. But the fisheries commissioner himself, Virginijus Cinqueviciusadmitted last week before MEPs on the Fisheries Committee that it is difficult to lock down an agreement before that date. And it should not be in vain that Sunday the 11th Council of Fisheries Ministers begins in which the Total Allowable Catch (TAC) and the quota for 2023 will be set at twenty-seven. Thus, they would only be able to make decisions on those community waters and non-shared stocks of fisheries. He skips the fisheries ministers’ summit 26 stock to negotiate, 18 of which are in the interest of Spain.
In the face of these differences, which inevitably prevent, from year to year, agreement between Brussels and London in time and form, there is a reconciliation between the United Kingdom and Norway that is already an agreement between the two countries. allows agreement. An agreement that, according to the Norwegian Prime Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, Bajnar Selnes SkjranBoth the parties have left satisfied. Reciprocal access to the waters for demersal species fishing of up to 30,000 tonnes continues, with 20,000 tonnes of herring allowed to be caught in each other’s fishing grounds. They have also reached the westernmost British territory in the North Sea to protect traditional Norwegian fishing.
Norway has also closed its quota for fishing along with Greenland. Barents Sea, The island, belonging to Denmark, will be able to fish 4,000 tonnes of cod, 750 haddock and 425 other bycatch species.