Estonia wants to get bigger long-distance fishing rights, including the right to harvest prawn and mackerel, under the new fishery agreement to be concluded between the European Union and Greenland.
"Our interests in these distant waters are mackerel and prawn," Minister of the Environment Rene Kokk said in a press release on February 14, adding that achieving the harvesting right would provide Estonia with significant additional long-distance catches.
The current fishery agreement between the European Union and Greenland that was concluded in...
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