Adoption of Global Treaty on Sea Fishing Regulation

United Nations Conference on Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks adopted a global treaty to regulate fishing on the high seas on August 4, 1995, in New York, NY, USA. The treaty was signed by 25 nations making it legally binding to conserve and sustainably manage high-seas fisheries and ratified future disputes.

Date:
      August 4, 1995
Location:
      New York, NY, USA

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