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Regulation No. 346 on 2014 fishing by vessels from a EU member state in the Economic Zone and the fishery zone around Jan Mayen.

Country
Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
It is prohibited to vessels registered with a EU Member State to fish in the Norwegian economic zone and the fishery zone around Jan Mayen, between 12 and 200 nautical miles from the coastline. However, they are allowed to fish these quantities in the Norwegian economic zone north of 62 degrees North between 12 and 200 nautical miles from the coastline: 20 524 tons of cod; 1 200 tons of haddock c) 2550 tonnes of saithe; 22 179 tons of mackerel in ICES zone IIa (this quota can be fished in ICES area IVa); 1 500 tons of redfish (Sebastes mentella and Sebastes marinus) as bycatch; 350 tons of other species as bycatch; and 50 tons of Greenland halibut as bycatch. When fishing for other species a maximum of 7% blend of Greenland halibut may be fished and landed, as well as a max. of 12% Greenland halibut as bycatch for each catch. Vessels flying the flag of Member States of the EU zone may fish for mackerel in accordance with the Agreed Record of Conclusions of Fisheries Consultations between the European Union and Norway on the management of mackerel in the North-East Atlantic for 2014 of 12 March 2014.
Chapter 1 - General provisions (article 1).
Chapter 2 - Fishing in the Norwegian economic zone north of 62 N (articles 2-5).
Chapter 3 - Fishing in the Norwegian economic zone south of 62 N (articles 6-7).
Chapter 4 - Common provisions (articles 8-12).
Date of text
Entry into force notes
Immediate entry into force with validity until 31 December 2014.
Repealed
No
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No
Original title
Forskrift om regulering av fisket med fart y som f rer flagg fra medlemsstater i Den europeiske union (EU) i Norges konomiske sone og i fiskerisonen ved Jan Mayen i 2014.