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Northern Ireland gears up for quota negotiations

UNITED KINGDOM | Friday, October 31, 2014
Northern Ireland Fisheries Minister met with DEFRA Fisheries Minister, and representatives of the fishing industry to discuss their negotiating priorities for the forthcoming European Council of Ministers meetings, which will set limits on fishing opportunities for 2015.

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