Scientists Urge Completion of International Fisheries Accord in Central Arctic Ocean

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Via Ocean Conservancy

"The scientists state that a binding international agreement among Arctic countries and nations with distant water fishing fleets must be signed in order to prevent the premature start of commercial fishing and encourage greater scientific research and cooperation. The five countries that signed the 2015 declaration have been discussing such an agreement with Japan, South Korea, the European Union, China and Iceland."

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