Extraits de la conférence de presse de Maria Damanaki, sur la lutte contre la pêche illégale

Type: Conférence de presse - résumé   Référence: I084107   Durée: 00:02:03  Lieu: Bruxelles - CE/Berlaymont
On 26 November 2013, Maria Damanaki, Member of the EC in charge of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, gave a press conference as the European Commission intensified its fight against illegal fishing. It has identified Belize, Cambodia and Guinea as non-cooperating third countries in this regard. Despite the Commission's close work with the countries' authorities to set up fisheries management and effective control measures, these three countries have still not addressed structural problems and have failed to show real commitment to tackling the problem of illegal fishing.

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00:00:00 Title 00:00:05
00:00:05 Cutaway of EU flag 00:00:06
00:00:11 Arrival of Maria Damanaki, Member of the EC in charge of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, at the press conference 00:00:05
00:00:16 Soundbite by Maria Damanaki (in ENGLISH): So the first decision identifies three countries, Belize, Cambodia and Guinea as non-cooperating countries in the fight against illegal fishing. We had informed theses countries already in November last year about this possibility. We have tried a lot to cooperate with these countries but nevertheless the results are not there because they don't have effective control of their fleets. So this means that the Commission is going to propose to the Council of Ministers to take a decision and if the decision is there then all the fisheries import from these countries are going to be banned. 00:00:43
00:00:59 Journalist working on his laptop 00:00:06
00:01:05 Soundbite by Maria Damanaki (in ENGLISH): Other countries, I am discussing an other round of yellow cards that we are going to give to Korea, Ghana and Curaçao, three other countries, we are going to warn them that if they won't cooperate with us, then, we are going trough the same path, these are important countries with big fleets. 00:00:25
00:01:30 Cutaway of the audience 00:00:06
00:01:36 Soundbite by Maria Damanaki (in ENGLISH): This is not about EU legislation; we are implementing international rules, rules by United Nations and FAO. So these countries, they have to comply with these rules, I think they can do, we are cooperating with them, helping them, to have the proper legislation and enforcement there. 00:00:28
00:02:03 Cutaway of the audience 00:00:06
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