Representatives of Russia and Norway have agreed to conduct a joint study of reserves of Kamchatka crab in the Norwegian and Russian marine zones. The information and analytical center of the Russian State Fishing Committee reports that agreement was reached at the 30th session of the mixed Russian-Norwegian fishing committee, currently being held in St.Petersburg. The sides have also agreed to prepare a three-year programme to study reserves of Pacific black halibut.
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