FRANCE: Greenpeace condemns EU lack of action against pirate fishing
A Greenpeace report released today exposes the role of "flag of convenience", or pirate, fishing(1) in the destruction of marine ecosystems worldwide. In the report, Greenpeace criticises the European Union (EU) for trying to protect the true owners of these fishing vessels during FAO (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation) negotiations on a global plan to address the problem of pirate fishing.
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