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Protest Against Norwegian Whaling

Published måndag 5 juni 2006 kl 11.47

Sweden and Finland have urged Nordic neighbor Norway to cut back on  whaling this year, arguing that Oslo’s annual quota hikes could hurt chances to find a solution to the international dispute over whale hunting.

Norway is the only country in the world that allows commercial whaling, a practice it resumed in 1993, despite a 1986 international moratorium.

This year the Norwegian authorities have authorized its whalers to harpoon 1,052 minke whales, up from 796 in 2005. In a letter addressed to Norway’s fisheries minister, the environment ministers of Sweden and Finland say the quota increase is very regrettable, and they urge Norway to retract the decision.

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