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UK maritime authorities increase defenses ahead of its departure from the EU

In the lead up to the United Kingdom’s complete break from the EU at the end of 2020, its maritime authorities, such as the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and the Marine Management Organisation, are increasing their defenses for protecting UK waters from fishing by EU and member state ships.[1] These defenses include adding more inspection and patrol vessels to its fleet and requesting that non-UK boats obtain fishing licenses and abide by UK environmental regulations in order to fish in the territory.

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