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The European Commission has issued warnings to three countries - Kiribati, Sierra Leone and Trinidad & Tobago – in the form of so-called “yellow cards” indicating they are being considered as potentially non-cooperating countries in the fight against illegal fishing. The EU's warning to Kiribati is based on concerns about the country's capacity to control fishing activities by foreign fleets. In the case of Sierra Leone legal texts governing fisheries are outdated and fail to deter illegal operators operating internationally under the flag of Sierra Leone. Trinidad and Tobago fails to control its fleet operating internationally, and its authorities do not control or inspect foreign vessels.
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