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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.
The 16th Session of the Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission (WECAFC) was held in Gosier (Guadeloupe, France) from 20-24 June 2016. It was attended by representatives from 28 member countries, including the European Commission for the European Union, as well as observers from sub-regional fisheries organisations, cooperation agencies and civil society.
Commissioner Vella gave the EU Fisheries Ministers a preview of the fishing limits to be applied in 2017. He stressed that our fisheries are making good progress towards sustainable management, but nevertheless we must keep up the effort to be able to comply with our common objectives and deadlines. The Ministers confirmed their commitment to move slowly but surely towards sustainable fishing levels.

Prospective evaluation of the opportunity to conclude a new fisheries partnership agreement and protocol with Senegal

Study published 07/02/2014
  • Final report pdf - 2 MB [2 MB] français (fr)

 

 

 

 

 

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This is especially the case where finance/budget is referred to, where the evaluator's analyses are sometimes based on non-exhaustive data (commitments instead of payments) and where, for this reason, the European Commission does not fully endorse the findings of the report with the authors.