Norway and Greenland agreed to continue on the same fishing quotas as 2020 for the coming year after coronavirus halted regular negotiations.

Greenland's quota in the Barents Sea in 2021 is set at 4,000 metric tons of cod, 900 metric tons of haddock and 450 metric tons of saithe.

Greenland can also catch up to 250 metric tons of bycatch of other species.

The Norwegian cod quota is set at 1,350 metric tons and halibut quota is 30 metric tons.

The research collaboration between the two countries will also continue, focusing on Greenland halibut, cod, redfish and mackerel.

The Greenland halibut quota in West Greenland will remain 900 metric tons, bottom-dwelling redfish will remain at 1,000 metric tons.