Generally speaking, although Norway is not a member of the EU, Norway and the EU have a very solid foundation for cooperation. Norway is regarded as the non-member country with the closest relationship with the EU. However, since 2013, the two sides have Together with the fishery problem of catching snow crabs, it triggered a series of legal offenses, defenses and diplomatic disputes.
The Norwegian Minister of Fisheries believes that fishing is an important historical tradition in Norway, and even more clearly declared: "Norway will never industry email list give up any snow crab", brazenly confronting the European Union, on the other hand, the members of the European Parliament and the Executive Committee are not left behind , alleging that Norway's actions have violated international law and seriously violated the interests of EU member states and citizens.
The current situation between the EU and Norway is reminiscent of the fact that in 1971 and 1974, Iceland also launched the "Cod War" against the United Kingdom because of the fishery dispute. A relatively low-interest issue that did not involve politically sensitive issues eventually rose to become the two sides. A deadlocked diplomatic