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Title: Russia seek fishing quotas  [28/03/2002]
Source: FIS
Russia seek fishing quotas in Moroccan economic zone
Russia intends to get a quota for fishing 200,000 to 300,000 tonnes in the Moroccan economic zone off the West African coast in 2002, an official in the State Fishing Industry Committee's Information Analysis Center told Interfax on Thursday.
Talks with a representative Moroccan delegation headed by First Deputy Fishing Industry Minister Tijani Rahnmi are underway in Moscow, the official said. They are expected to end on 30 March with the signing of an agreement.
In the 1990s, Russian trawlers caught over one million tonnes of fish a year, mainly sardines, horse mackerel, saury and mackerel, off the coasts of Mauritania, Morocco and Angola.


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