October 6, 2022

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The European Union has ratified the Fisheries Agreement with the United Kingdom for 2022

The European Union (EU) on Wednesday approved a 2022 agreement on trade and cooperation on fisheries rights with the United Kingdom.
This will enable both sides of the ocean to continue trading in British and European territorial waters off the Atlantic and North Seas, including about 100 shared shares, including total permitted catch (TAC). For each race.
This topic became one of the most important points of the agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, Brexit, and raised many more debates and general problems, especially with the French.
The approved fishing volume is limited annually, but there are a number of persistent problems in issuing permits to fishermen.
Recently, the crisis has been the target of criticism from French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who have acknowledged a “struggle” to try to avoid conflict.
Although international waters are important for French fishing, the British need an EU market to sell most of their produce. .

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