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The Fisheries Convention or the London Fisheries Convention is an international agreement signed in London in relation to fishing rights across the coastal waters of Western Europe, in particular the fishing rights in the North Sea, in the Skagerrak, in the Kattegat and on the European Atlantic coast. 

Glossary term(s)
Entry into force
15 Mar 1966
Date of text
Mon, 16 July 2018