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Participants also agreed to continue discussions on the CIEM`s crop control rules and will seek to reach agreement on the new long-term mackerel management plan in early 2021. With regard to mackerel, the parties to the negotiations, Norway, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the European Union discussed, in the first round of consultations for 2021, scientific opinions on MAckerel TACs for 2021 and harvest control rules assessed by the ICEM in 2020. Delegations agreed that the CIEM`s scientific advice, which corresponds to the maximum performance approach (MMR), provides a good basis for setting THE TAC for 2021. Delegations also agreed to meet no later than 25 November 2020 to discuss the allocation agreement and conclude the agreement on consultations for 2021. In a videoconference meeting over the past two weeks, delegations from the European Union, the Faroe Islands, Norway, Iceland, Greenland, Greenland, Greenland and the United Kingdom reached agreement on the 2021 management measures for blue gel and atlanto-scandic herring in the North-East Atlantic. For blue whiting, Norway, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, the United Kingdom and the European Union have agreed to set the TACs for 2021 at 929,292 tonnes. This TAC is consistent with the recommendations of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICEM) as a result of the Long-Term Management Strategy (LTMS) approach and represents a 20% decrease from the 2020 TAC. . Both stocks have an eligible capture TAC, established in accordance with the recommended scientific advice. Delegations also conducted a first round of consultations on mackerel management measures for 2021 and on measures to monitor, control and monitor pelagic stocks in 2021. . © 2013-2020 Reverso Technologies Inc. All Rights.
The first round of consultations on pelagic stock control measures for 2021 focused on what coastal states will be able to approve the package of important control measures currently adopted by the European Union, Norway and the Faroe Islands.