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Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki

Maria Damanaki, Member of the EC in charge of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, travelled to Crete to hold debates with citizens about their expectations for the future in Citizens' Dialogues (townhall meetings) all over the EU. The debate took place in the Basilica of Saint Mark, Heraklion. Crete is a fitting location: it is the biggest island in Greece and one of the most popular destinations worldwide in the area of cruise tourism. Crete is also a significant player in regional cooperation for maritime policy and its marine biology research institute, ELKETHE, is one of the key research centres in the field.
Europe's growth strategy to recover from the economic crisis and the potential for the region of Crete was at the centre of the debate between Commissioner Maria Damanaki and the citizens. Spyros Danellis, Member of the EP, also participated in the debate.
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
General view of the public.
On the screen: Maria Damanaki
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
General view of the public
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013
Citizens' Dialogue in Crete with Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki, Dimitris Kampourakis, Greek presenter, and Spyros Danellis (from left to ...
Reference: P-023611
Date: 12/07/2013




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