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Japan and Russia have agreed on a sharp cut in this year’s quota for salmon and trout fished by Japanese ships within Russia’s exclusive economic zone, according to the Japanese Fisheries Agency.

The two countries also agreed that the Japanese side will switch from drift-net fishing to a form of trawling following a Russian ban on the former method in January.

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