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The European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission today reached an agreement on how to better protect deep-sea fish, sponges and corals while maintaining the viability of the European fishing industry. The agreement brings the EU rules on deep-sea fisheries, which date back to 2003, in line with the sustainability targets enshrined in the EU's reformed Common Fisheries Policy.

Reform of the EU system for fisheries controls

Public consultation

In 2008, the European Commission launched a public consultation on its proposal to modernise and reform the control system of the Common Fisheries Policy. Interested parties were invited to express their views on the nine fields of action identified in the consultation paper, as well as to present their opinions as to what further measures would be appropriate to strengthen the control system of the Common Fisheries Policy.

The consultation closed on 5 May 2008.

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Consultation document pdf - 27 KB [27 KB]