Japan and South Korea ended two days of fishery talks Tuesday without reaching agreement on specifics such as quotas for saury catches inside each other’s 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zones.

The talks are planned to resume in Seoul this week with the aim of reaching an agreement by the end of the year and allowing fishing to start Jan. 1.

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