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DG Affari marittimi e pesca

Commissione europea

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Sustainable maritime tourism can inject much needed impetus into the economy of Europe's coastal regions but is dependent on a healthy environment and proper management to do so. That will be the message delivered by the European Commissioner for the Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, at the opening of the Maritime Spatial Planning and Tourism conference in Venice tomorrow.
Following the restoration of constitutional order in Guinea-Bissau, the EU and Guinea-Bissau have signed a new three-year fisheries Protocol under the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement between the two parties. EU boats, mostly from Spain, Portugal, France, Greece and Italy, will now be able to resume fishing in local waters following a two year interruption.
The Commission welcomes that the EU, the Faroe Islands and Norway reached agreement on 21 November on an arrangement on mackerel fisheries for 2015.

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Direzione generale degli Affari marittimi e della pesca

La direzione generale degli Affari marittimi e della pesca della Commissione europea gestisce due politiche:

• la politica marittima integrata

• la politica comune della pesca (PCP)

La DG è guidata da Lowri Evans (direttore generale) sotto la responsabilità politica del commissario Karmenu Vella.

Con i suoi circa 400 dipendenti, è una delle direzioni più piccole della Commissione.