EU manager beneath fire in excess of block on refreshing shellfish exports from Uk

Mr Eustice branded an unforeseen selection by the EU to impose boundaries on stay farmed shellfish that MPs suspect ended up intended to concentrate on the United kingdom business as “indefensible” .

Meanwhile, Pierre Karleskind, chairman of European parliament’s committee on fisheries, declared he is Britain’s “best ally”.

He claimed he had been urging the Commission to discover a alternative for imports of shellfish from the British isles to the EU and pressured he was not pleased with responses he had gained so much from EU overall health commissioner Stella Kyriakides.

Providing to work with Mr Eustice to resolve the dispute, Mr Karleskind explained to BBC’s Nowadays show: “UK waters did not turn out to be soiled on December 31 at midnight… so this seriously does not include any feeling.”

Mr Eustice claimed there is “no legal barrier” to reduce the trade and termed on the European Fee to abide by current rules.