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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.
Following an eight year hiatus the EU and Senegal have today signed a new five-year Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement. The agreement will allow up to 38 EU boats to fish in Senegalese waters in return for a €8.69m payment by the EU.
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Solomon Islands

Fisheries partnership agreement

The fisheries partnership agreement concluded between the EU and Solomon Islands covers the period 9.10.2009 – 8.10.2012 and has been tacitly renewed for a period of three years.

There is currently no Protocol in force since 9 October 2012.

Main features of the FPA

Duration of the Agreement :3 years renewable (9.10.2012–8.10.2015)
Duration of the Protocol: No Protocol in force.
Initialisation:      
Nature of the FPA:Tuna Fishery Agreement

History

This Fisheries Partnership Agreement is the second to be signed between the EU and the Solomon Islands.

Current legal framework