Ukraine’s 91 fishing companies on the Sea of Azov will not be able to fish next year because Russia has not agreed with Ukraine on fishing quotas for 2019
Thursday, December 13, 2018

Ukraine’s 91 fishing companies on the Sea of Azov will not be able to fish next year because Russia has not agreed with Ukraine on fishing quotas for 2019

Ukraine’s 91 fishing companies on the Sea of Azov will not be able to fish next year because Russia has not agreed with Ukraine on fishing quotas for 2019, Ukraine’s State Fisheries Agency tells Ukrinform. The Ukrainian-Russian Fisheries Commission met for three days in late October but adjourned without agreement on quotas. About 800 Ukrainian ships fish in the Azov, a fertile area known as “Fish Sea” in the Turkish Ottoman era. More recently, the Azov was the most productive fishing area in the Soviet Union, typically yielding 80 kg of fish per hectare, 40 times the catches of the neighboring Black Sea.

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