Fishing row: France delays sanctions as talks over access continue

Andrew Brown, the company’s director of sustainability and public affairs, said: “Right now we are tied up seeking to secure the release of the vessel. We are not aware that the vessel has been released. Our understanding is that the vessel remains held at Le Havre at least until the hearing takes place tomorrow (Wednesday).”

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