Russia Revises Fisheries Agreement With Japan, Ready to Do Same With U.S.
Amid the ever tightening sanctions pressure from West, Russia is considering limiting cooperation in the field of fisheries with so-called "unfriendly" states.
Following the recent ban on Japanese fishermen to conduct catch in the South Kuriles area, the Russian Parliament (State Duma) may consider the introduction of other counter-sanctions, particularly those, which could limit the United States in the Bering Sea.
On June 7, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced that Russia suspended an agreement with Japan on cooperation in...
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