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8 December 2017 -
8 December 2017
The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission today reached a political agreement on a multi-annual management plan for demersal fish stocks in the North Sea. This comprehensive plan covers more than 70% of the fishing sector, sets catch limits based on science and brings decision-making closer to the fisherman.
 
29 September 2017 -
29 September 2017
According to the latest Annual Economic Report, the overall economic performance of the EU fishing fleet improved again in 2015.
 
25 September 2017 -
25 September 2017
On Tuesday 26 September 2017, in a Seminar on the Status of European Fish Stocks and the Economic situation of European fishing fleets, the European Commission will be hearing the views of senior experts in fisheries biology from the Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries, NGOs, the industry, national administrations and members of the public.
 
26 September 2017
The seminar reviews the latest information on the state of fish stocks and of the economic developments of the fleets in the North-east Atlantic, the North Sea, the Baltic Sea, and in the Mediterranean.
 
 
20 March 2017 -
20 March 2017
Commissioner Vella is in Zadar, Croatia to participate in a conference on the Commission's proposal for a Multiannual Plan for small pelagics in the Adriatic, namely for anchovy and sardines.
 
24 February 2017 -
24 February 2017
Today the Commission adopted a proposal for a multi-annual plan for the management of small pelagic stocks (anchovy, sardine, mackerel and horse-mackerel) in the Adriatic.
 
31 January 2017 -
31 January 2017
Eliminating the wasteful practice of discarding fish at sea is one of the main aims of the reformed Common Fisheries Policy, adopted in 2014. This will not only improve sustainability, but also boost data collection, which is essential for scientists to provide reliable advice.
 

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