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EU urged to protect dwindling eastern Baltic cod stocks

Baltic Sea Advisory Council reports more rubbish caught than cod.

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EU fisheries Commissioner, Karmenu Vella, is being urged to take action to protect stocks of cod in the Baltic Sea, which NGOs in the region say are now at critically low levels.

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