Russia unhappy with Cold War-era agreement on Bering Sea pollock allocation

Russia Federal Agency for Fisheries Head Ilya Shestakov

The Russian Federal Agency for Fisheries is signaling it may seek to change a unilateral agreement, signed by the former Soviet Union and the U.S. in 1990, that gives American companies 80 percent of the Bering Sea pollock quota …

Photo courtesy of the Russian Federal Agency for Fisheries

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