Faroes want improved EU trade relations

Despite facing EU sanctions for violating fishing quotas, the Faroe Islands say they would like to become a part of the union’s single market for goods and services. The Faroes are a part of the Kingdom of Denmark, but not a member of the EU, meaning the self-governing territories do not gain the same favourable access to markets in EU states as Denmark does. By renegotiating its relationship to Brussels, the self-governing territory hopes it can be granted the same terms as EU members. – Politiken





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