MOROCCO: Refusal to let Spanish/Portuguese fishing boats operate in Moroccan waters
The European Commission and Morocco have failed to strike an agreement which would allow Spanish and Portuguese fishing boats to take catches in Moroccan waters, bringing an unsuccessful end to six months of detailed discussions. Brussels has failed to square the circle with Morocco, which wanted to reduce the catches that EU fishermen could take, whilst increasing licence fees and imposing burdensome technical conditions.
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