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19 January 2018 -
19 January 2018
A new report by the Arctic Stakeholder Forum, an initiative set up by the EU gathering public authorities and civil society, calls to strengthen EU investments in the world's northernmost region. Most pressing needs identified are digital infrastructure such as broadband coverage, as well as better transport connections.
 
18 January 2018 -
18 January 2018
European tourists, and particularly sailors, boaters and water sports practitioners, are in for a treat. Soon they will be able to choose from a new series of attractive and unique formulas designed to let people discover the continent's tremendous maritime heritage, from marine archaeology to wind, from history to sport, and of course… food!
 
16 January 2018 -
16 January 2018
The first-ever Europe-wide strategy on plastics, adopted today, is a part of the transition towards a more circular economy.
 
8 January 2018 -
8 January 2018
The European Commission has adopted a recommendation that aims at obtaining authorisation from the Council to open negotiations for the conclusion of a new fisheries protocol between the European Union and the Kingdom of Morocco. The current, 4-year protocol to the Fisheries Partnership Agreement with the Kingdom of Morocco will expire on 14 July 2018.
 
8 January 2018 -
8 January 2018
Aujourd'hui la Commission a adopté une recommandation visant à obtenir l'autorisation du Conseil pour négocier un nouveau protocole de pêche entre l'Union Européenne et le Royaume du Maroc. L'actuel protocole relatif à l'accord de pêche, conclu pour une durée de 4 ans, arrivera à échéance le 14 juillet 2018.
 
 
 
19 December 2017 -
19 December 2017
Since 1 December, the inspection vessel 'AEGIS I' has been patrolling in the Adriatic Sea as part of a joint deployment plan for the Mediterranean. The European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA) is collaborating with Greece, Italy and Croatia who will have inspectors on board the vessel.
 

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