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Japan and South Korea did not agree on the size of ships

Japan and South Korea have banned fishing vessels from entering each other's exclusive economic zones, according to The Wall Street Journal. The parties could not agree on the limits of cargo - Japan insists on permission for larger vessels, and South Korea wants to maintain the existing limit of 140 tons.

The two countries annually set new limits on the catch and entry of ships into each other’s waters for the next fishing season from July 1 to June 30 next year. A similar setback at the negotiating table overtook Japan and South Korea for the first time since 1999, from the date of the joint fisheries agreement.

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