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The global TAC for blue whiting is being reduced by 11% compared to 2009, and goes from 590,000 tonnes to 540,000 tonnes, of which 162,000 tonnes are dedicated to the European Community.
Northeast Atlantic, south of Iceland (redfish and blue whiting.
The reduction in the blue whiting TAC for 2007 has been agreed in accordance with a long-term management plan drawn up by the parties in December 2005.
This is the 12th time the coastal states of the North-East Atlantic Fisheries Commission have tried to reach agreement on blue whiting. No-one opposes the need for agreement but the question is who will make the first move.
The EU on May 3 stepped up its blue whiting quota to the levels it enjoyed in the mid-1990s on recent scientific advice that the stock is at historically high levels.
European Fisheries Commissioner Franz Fischler has warned that blue whiting stocks in the international waters of the North-East Atlantic could collapse if no agreement is reached shortly by the EU and other key coastal nations.
No agreement has yet been =reached on the size of cuts in North Sea cod and blue whiting following =the collapse of talks with Norway concerning the state of blue whiting =in the North Atlantic.
The continued =crisis affecting blue whiting stocks has led those parties to agree to a =meeting in Brussels next year to address the issue.
Negotiations on managing the blue whiting stock in the North-East Atlantic broke down in Reykjavik on 15 and 16 February.
European Union Ministers formally adopted on July 12 a package of quotas for North Sea stocks of blue whiting, sprat, spur dogfish and northern prawn.