Russia May Ease Rules for Foreign Fishermen to Conduct Catch in its Territorial Waters
Russia may ease rules for foreign fishermen to conduct catch in its territorial waters, providing some concessions to fish companies from so-called unfriendly states.
An example of this can be found in recent statements from some Russian and Japanese media about the plans of Japan to resume fishing off the southern Kuril Islands. For this purpose, Tokyo already paid for quotas for the catch of Atka mackerels in the territorial waters of Russia, while the catch is expected to be resumed shortly...
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