IBSFCInternational Baltic Sea Fishery Commission (EU)
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Moves are afoot to replace negotiations within IBSFC with bilateral negotiations between the two parties.
The Commission says the combination of IBSFC and EU rules has, over the years, resulted in an "unnecessarily complex" situation with redundant rules and other rules that differ from one area to the other.
The EU believes this request should be examined in the light of European and international scientific opinion, notably scientific recommendations from the IBSFC (International Baltic Sea Fisheries Commission).