Control over the fishing industry must be taken back from Europe, according to the Scottish Government.
MSPs have been debating the controversial Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) ahead of crucial talks about the future of the industry in Luxembourg next week.
Eyemouth, like many Scottish fishing ports, is struggling to survive because of cuts to the number of days that boats can put to sea.
There's been a severe drop in local fishing fleet over the last few years.
Scotland's fisheries secretary Richard Lochhead says decision making must be returned to regional level. Mr Lochhead said:
The three priorities for Scotland include the return of decision-making to regional level. Mr Lochhead added:
Bertie Armstrong, chief executive of the Scottish Fishermen's Federation, says missing the opportunity to improve the CFP would be a tragedy. Mr Armstrong said :