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The Russian Audit Chamber board has approved a program of Russian-Norwegian parallel financial inspections for fishing in the Barents Sea
The Russian Audit Chamber board has approved a program of Russian-Norwegian parallel financial inspections for fishing in the Barents Sea, the Chamber's press service said Friday. The program suggests the verification of compliance with fishing quotas determined by a joint fishing commission for 2004-2005, the implementation of measures to maintain and rationally use biological resources from the sea, the efficiency of control in this field and the accuracy of calculations related to the sale of fish. The document will be submitted to Norway for consideration in the near future, the press service said. The heads of the two countries' audit chambers settled on the principal clauses of the program over the phone and agreed that inspections would ease the tensions that recently emerged over fishing in the region of Spitsbergen. Russian-Norwegian commodity turnover was more than $1.6 billion in 2004. According to Norwegian statistics, seafood accounts for 75% of Norway's export to Russia. The Norwegian Ambassador to Moscow said fishing boats from Russia and other countries had been caught illegally fishing in the Barents Sea
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