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PUBLIC LAW 102-582—NOV. 2, 1992 106 STAT. 4907 (2) the nationals and vessels of that nation are conducting fishing operations in the Central Bering Sea that are in accorcU ance with an international fishery agreement to which the United States and the Russian Federation are parties. (c) NOTIFICATION OF NATION. — Before the publication of a list of nations under subsection (b), the Secretary of State shall notify each nation included on that list and explain the requirement to deny the port privileges of fishing vessels of that nation under subsection (a) as a result of such publication. SEC. 304. DURATION OF PORT PRIVILEGES DENIAL. Any denial of port privileges under section 303 with respect to any fishing vessel of a nation shall remain in effect until such nation is no longer listed under section 303G)). SEC. 305. RESTRICTION ON FISHING IN UNITED STATES EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONK (a) REGULATIONS. —Within one hundred and eighty days after the date of enactment of this Act, after notice and public comment, the Secretary of Commerce shall issue regulations, under the Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act (16 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.) and any other applicable law, to prohibit— (1) any permitted nsning vessel from catching, taking, or harvesting fish in a fishery under the geographical authority of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council if such vessel is owned or controlled by any person that also owns or controls a fishing vessel that is listed on the addendum under section 303(b); (2) any processing facilityfiromreceiving any fish caught, taken, or harvested in a fishery under the geographical authority of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council if such facility is owned or controlled by any person that also owns or controls a fishing vessel that is listed on the addendum under section 303(b); and (3) any permitted fishing vesselfiromdelivering fish caught, taken, or narvested in afishenrunder the geographic authority of the North Pacific Fisherv Management Council to a processing facility that is owned or controlled by any person that also owns or controls a fishing vessel that is listed on the addendum under section 303(b). (b) REQUIREMENT FOR SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS.— The Secretary of Commerce shall require under any regulations issued under subsection (a) the submission of any affidavits, financial statements, corporate agreements, and other documents that the Secretary of Commerce determines, afi^r notice and public comment, are necessary to ensure that all vessels and processing facilities are in compliance with this section. (c) APPEALS; DURATION OF PROHIBITIONS.—The regulations issued under subsection (a) shall— (1) establish procedures for a person to appeal a decision to impose a proMbition under subsection (a) on a vessel or processing facility owned or controlled by that person; and (2) specify procedures for the removal of any prohibition imposed on a vessel or processing facility under subsection (a)- — (A) upon publication of a revised list under section 303(b), and a revised addendum which does not include a fishing vessel owned or controlled by the person who