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Japan and Russia have agreed that the two countries will be allowed to catch 51,945 tons of fish in each other’s exclusive economic zones in 2010, down 8 tons from 2009, officials said Friday.

The deal on the fishing quota was struck at bilateral talks that finished Friday in Moscow.

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