More than 12,000 jobs, awaiting the fisheries pact with London

Madrid

Updated:02/23/2021 01: 23h

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If the Brexit negotiation tested the patience of most economic sectors on both sides of the English Channel, the post-Brexit it is proving the same or more complex. Especially for fishing. Yesterday an informal council of fisheries ministers of the European Union (EU) took place whose main point was the state of the negotiations on the final fishing quotas for this year and part of those for 2022. The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, demanded from Brussels “clarity and certainty”, since the economic activity of a fleet of 88 ships is at stake – there are another 55 ships of Spanish capital that operate in British waters – that employs

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