The Scandinavian country generally concludes an annual agreement with the EU on the management of common fish stocks, access to the waters of the other country and the exchange of fishing quotas. DON`T MISS Boris Johnson has said that Norway in fisheries [REVEAL] Boris Johnson has signed a major fisheries agreement with Iceland by warning the EU [INSIGHT] Another deal down! Brexit United Kingdom concludes an agreement with Norway [COMMENTARY] This agreement violates other existing agreements on the fishing by the vessels of one contracting party in the area of the fishing jurisdiction of the other party. She called on London to “understand the legitimate expectations of EU fishing fleets, built over decades and sometimes centuries of access.” Mr Ingebrigtsen also welcomed an agreement. It`s “a great day,” he said. HOLDER COMPTE of the fact that Norway has set up, effective 1 January 1977, an economic zone extending up to 200 nautical miles off its coast, in which Norway exercises high sovereign rights to explore, exploit the resources of these resources, and that the Community has agreed that the limits of its Member States` fishing areas (hereafter referred to as the Community Fisheries Jurisdiction Zone) are limited to 200 nautical miles. , fishing within these limits is subject to the Community`s common fisheries policy; Under an `EU-Norway fisheries agreement`, the UK would be legally obliged to cooperate with the EU on fisheries conservation and to act to `achieve a satisfactory balance for both sides in their mutual fishing relations`. Each party takes into account the character and volume of the other party`s fishery in its fishing area, taking into account the usual catches, types of fishing and other relevant factors. British fishing organisations said such an agreement showed that the conditions the EU has aimed for a future deal were an “aberration” not to treat Britain as an independent coastal nation capable of controlling access to its fishing waters. The United Kingdom would remain sovereign and have control of British waters, with all EU fishing vessels entering the fishery being subject to the rules and rules of the UK Fisheries Act when it comes into force, and vice versa; British fishing vessels operating in EU water would be subject to the rules and rules of the Common Fisheries Policy.