Russian court releases Lithuanian fishing vessel

A court in the Russian city of Murmansk has ordered Arctic Fishing, owner of the detained Lithuania fishing vessel Jūros Vilkas, to pay a fine of EUR 53,000 and allowed the vessel to put out.

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