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    Japan, Russia start talks on this year's salmon and trout fishing quotas

    • Last Update: 2022-05-09
    • Source: Internet
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       From SeafoodNews on April 14, Japan and Russia are negotiating quotas for salmon and trout in Russian waters
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      The two countries hope to start talks this week, and Japan's efforts to unilaterally decide on fishing quotas in separate economic waters may run into difficulties as Japan joins other Western nations in imposing economic sanctions on Russia over the conflict with Ukraine
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      The Japanese government believes that in order to safeguard its own interests, it is necessary to hold negotiations
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      The two countries hold talks about quotas every spring, and the fishing season in Japan's exclusive economic zone peaks around April and May
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      Japan pays Russia a cooperation fee because both salmon and trout spawn in Russian waters
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    Last year, the two sides agreed to a quota of 2,050 tons and a fee of 260 million yen to 300 million yen depending on the actual fishing situation

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      At the same time, Japan is paying another fee to Russia to conduct trawling in Russia's exclusive economic zone, when fishing operations can fully begin in June
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      The two countries hope to start talks this week, and Japan's efforts to unilaterally decide on fishing quotas in separate economic waters may run into difficulties as Japan joins other Western nations in imposing economic sanctions on Russia over the conflict with Ukraine
    .
     
      The Japanese government believes that in order to safeguard its own interests, it is necessary to hold negotiations
    .
     
      The two countries hold talks about quotas every spring, and the fishing season in Japan's exclusive economic zone peaks around April and May
    .
     
      Japan pays Russia a cooperation fee because both salmon and trout spawn in Russian waters
    .
    Last year, the two sides agreed to a quota of 2,050 tons and a fee of 260 million yen to 300 million yen depending on the actual fishing situation

    .
     
      At the same time, Japan is paying another fee to Russia to conduct trawling in Russia's exclusive economic zone, when fishing operations can fully begin in June
    .
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