Monday, April 21, 2008

Bulgaria, Romania Demand EU Sprat Draught Quota Removed

Sofia News Agency

Bulgaria and Romania are to demand the removal of the quota of sprat draught in the Black Sea, imposed by the EU.

The decision was made at a Monday meeting between the agriculture ministers of the two countries Nihat Kabil and Dacian Ciolos.

The reason for the demand is that the states could not gain even a half of the compulsory fish quantity.

The 100-ton quota of turbot draught should be also increased, the officials said.

Bulgaria's Minister Kabil emphasized the bloc stipulated that the net for turbot draught should be wider so that little fish could not stuck into them.

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