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Russia and Norway plan to start testing electronic exchange of catch data in the second quarter

25.02.2020

Russia and Norway agreed to begin testing electronic exchange of catch data in the second quarter of 2020. Agreements were reached during the meeting of the Working group on electronic data exchange, which was held in Bergen on February 19-20.

In April-June, both parties should check the electronic exchange of data, share test results and comments. “Agreed record of conclusions on data exchange between Russia and Norway was signed and approved back in 2012, but it was not possible to achieve practical results for eight years. During the meeting, we ensured we are on a same page in terms of the said Record, agreed that it is necessary to complete the transition to electronic data exchange in the near future. At the autumn meeting of the Permanent Russian-Norwegian commission, a test report and proposals for the Record of the fiftieth session of the Joint Russian-Norwegian Commission (JRNC) will be prepared, Artem VIlkin, the head of the Fisheries Monitoring Center, who led Russian delegation in Bergen, said.

During the meeting of the Working group, the issue of coordinating the new Record on satellite positioning, which should replace the outdated agreed formats since 2000, was also considered. The parties agreed to make an effort and complete the approval process this year and, if possible, submit a Record to the next session of the JRNC in 2020.

A bilateral meeting was held at the Monitoring Center of Norway, during which the work of the electronic fishing log of Norway was demonstrated; the parties exchanged experiences on that matter. CFMC invited its Norwegian colleagues to visit Russia and make them familiar with Russian developments in the field of electronic reporting and satellite positioning.

The Center for Fishery Monitoring and Communications is actively working on the transition to a cross-border exchange of electronic catch data with Norway, Iceland and the Faroe Islands. It is expected that testing of the exchange with these countries will take place in 2020, from 2021 it is planned to begin a full-featured process.

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