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The European Commission has adopted on 17 August a key investment package for the Lithuanian fisheries and aquaculture sectors. Covering the period 2014-2020, the operational programme (OP) under the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) is worth almost 82 million, including 63 million of EU investments. Investments will be targeted at enhancing the competitiveness, sustainability and viability of Lithuanian fisheries and aquaculture businesses.
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The European Commission has adopted investment packages for the maritime, fisheries and aquaculture sectors of Denmark (267.6m, including 208.4 m of EU funds), Estonia (129.6m, including 101m of EU funds), Germany (284.6 m, including 219.6 m of EU funds) and Sweden (172.9m, including 120.2 of EU funds). The investment is available for the period 2014-2020.

Statement on the outcome of the Fisheries Council (25-26 October 2010)

Statement - 27/10/2010

The Commission is satisfied that – as a result of the good cooperation with the Belgian Presidency and the member states – agreement has been reached on several important Baltic Sea fish stocks.

For the first time, a coherent result has been achieved, which respects the commitment to reach the Maximum Sustainable Yield (MSY) by 2015 while also achieving reduction in fishing mortality for all stocks but one. The Commission regrets that it was not possible to achieve this for sprat, a stock which is of great importance for the Baltic fisheries and processing industry.

The Commission did not cross its red line about reducing fishing mortality and will maintain this stance for future proposals and negotiations.