National Fisherman


International delegations from five Arctic coastal nations are meeting in Greenland this week to discuss Arctic fishing.
 
Huge sections of international waters in the Arctic, once locked almost permanently in ice, are now opening up in the summer. As the ice melts even faster, there are concerns over the fact there are no rules to control commercial fishing in this delicate ecosystem.
 
The five Arctic nations -- Canada, Russia, Denmark, Norway and the United States -- have been discussing the issue.
 
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