European Commission leader is believed to have told Boris Johnson she recognized the UK’s standing after the conclusion of the post-Brexit transition period as an independent coastal state. The German admitted that European ships do not have an automatic right to fish in British waters.
Downing Street has insisted that the UK must reclaim control over its fishing grounds after December 31. However, Number 10 is ready to consider granting access to partners based on discussions over the shared quotas. To break the talks, the chief negotiator of the EU, Michel Barnier, was told to think about the UK’s suggestion for fishing shares to be shared using an attachment method.
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“We cannot agree with arrangements that are manifestly unbalanced and contrary to the interests of the united kingdom fishing industry.”Under the Common Fisheries Policy that is existing, EU boats capture compared to their counterparts grab from European waters, catch about five times the worth of fish.
A white paper on “sustainable fisheries for future generations” that was been printed in 2018 explains the UK’s current quota share doesn’t reflect fish present in UK waters. European sailors currently have 90 percent of haddock caught compared to 10 percent handed to British boats. Of that grab, 51 percent of the haddock stocks have been judged to reside within the UK’s EEZ, according to the Government newspaper.