Offbeat: Greifswald wants to support Fischer

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The city of Greifswald wants to preserve its traditional fishing. For this purpose, measures to support the under pressure were currently advised, the city announced on Thursday. For example, berth fees could be exposed, the assembly plants are repaired and sales on seasonal and regional markets could be strengthened, it said.

Frisch gefangene Heringe liegen in einer Fischkiste. © Jens Büttner/DPA central picture/dpa/symbol image freshly caught pegs are located in a fish box.

before reunification, 50 fishermen had worked in the cooperative of the Fischswald fishing village Wieck belonging to Greifswald. Today there are still ten. "Fishing belongs to Greifswald," emphasized Mayor Stefan Fassbinder (Greens), "The history of the Wiecker Fischer goes back to the 12th century."

fishermen on the Baltic Sea are in problems for drastic catch restrictions by the EU. In doing so, she wants to protect the under pressure.

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