The Faroes Islands and Norway reach mutual access agreement on mackerel fishing for 2022
The Faroes and Norway have reached an agreement on mackerel fishing, which will come into force on the morning of Thursday 15 September.
According to the agreement, Faroese ships were able to catch 10,000 tons of mackerel in Norwegian waters, the rest of the year. Similarly, Norwegian ships were able to catch the same tonnage of mackerel in Faroese waters.
Londini also agree that mackerel caught in each other’s area can be landed in each other’s area. The two countries have agreed that mackerel caught under this agreement must be sold through Norges Sildesalgslag.