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The Agriculture and Fisheries Council meeting of October 2014 will take place in Luxembourg on 13-14th October 2014.

Fisheries: Commission proposes reduced fishing opportunities for the Black Sea for 2012

Press release - 25/11/2011

The European Commission has presented its proposal for fishing opportunities for fish stocks in the Black Sea for 2012.

Only two Member states are concerned by the proposals: Bulgaria and Romania. The Commission proposes to cut the EU quota for turbot by 15%, to 74 tonnes. For sprat, the Commission proposes to keep the EU quota unchanged, at 11,475 tonnes. The EU quota for turbot is divided evenly between Bulgaria and Romania. For sprat, Bulgaria and Romania's national quotas are set at 70 and 30 % of the total EU quota, respectively. The proposal takes into consideration the advice by the Commission's Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) and will be discussed by EU member states ministers at the December Fisheries Council.