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Three Russian patrol vessels in Barents Sea

Three Russian patrol vessels in Barents Sea 17.10.2008

There are currently three Russian fishery patrol vessels operating in the Barents Sea, Russian authorities confirm.

The Barents and White Sea territorial unit of the Russian federal Fishery Agency confirm that three fishery inspection vessel currently are operating in the Barents Sea. All of the vessels have representatives of both Fishery Agency and the FSB on board, Rosbaltnord.ru reports.

The Teriberka vessel sails in the waters around Spitsbergen, while the Skumur patrols joint waters in the Barents Sea. The Tituvenay vessel is operating in the Russian 200 mile Economic Zone.

The Teriberka vessel recently took part in joint control training with Norwegian inspectors, Rosbaltnord writes.

Source: www.barentsobserver.com, photo: The Skumbur (b-port.com)

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