European pelagic fish Exporters the Group

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The move comes in the wake of the imposition of trade sanctions against the Faroese over its herring and mackerel policies which has provoked a strong reaction from Prime Minister Johannesen. He has accused the EU of bulling tactics and last week took the dispute to the World Trade Organisation for a ruling. The Torshavn Government is clearly keen to seek out new markets for its fish and farmed salmon.

In recent years Faroese exporters have shown a growing interest in the Russian market. At the same time, demand in Russia for both salmon and pelagic fish products is on the increase.

As part of the process for entering into a free trade agreement with the Eurasian Customs Union, Prime Minister Johannesen met with a number of relevant ministers. In Moscow, he met with Andrey Slepnev, Minister for Trade and Member of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission and Vladimir Titov, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.
In Astana in Kazakhstan, the Prime Minister was scheduled to meet with Timur Zhaksylykov, Vice Minister for Economy and Budget Planning.

Previously Mr Johannesen was one of the main speakers at the opening session of the Arctic Circle conference in Reykjavik in which he stated that as a nation he saw the Faroe Islands as one of the stakeholders in Arctic co-operation, describing the EU sanctions move on how not to do things and as a divergence from how countries in the North Atlantic Ocean region usually co-operate.


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Fish Stocks/ Windpower/ Wave Generators

2006-11-14 00:23:43 by jaybug39

I have read that ocean fish stocks will be gone in a few years. And I have been thinking since I heard that Massachusetts refused to build wind turbines in Long Island Sound as they were unattractive, why not build some in the pacific where we could create national sea life refuges?
This would help out coastal communities in several regards. Some people would come see the turbines, much like some people visit lighthouses. The energy produced would ease any difficulties coastal communities may face from their currently existing long distance power transmissions. And they would get the benefit of knowing that fish will be around in the future


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