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25 October 2013
23 October 2013 -
23 October 2013
The European Commission has welcomed the European Parliament's vote on the 2014-2020 European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF). This vote is a crucial step to securing political agreement by the end of the year, which would allow the fund to be in place as of January 2014.
25 October 2013
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17 July 2013 -
17 July 2013
The Council of Agriculture and Fisheries has backed new criteria for fisheries fund allocations. The new system will support compliance with the reformed Common Fisheries Policy and in particular with the objective of increased sustainability. EMFF will be used to co-finance projects alongside national funding streams. The European Commission has welcomed the general approach agreed on July 15, 2013, by the Council on the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) running from 2014-2020.
12 July 2013 -
12 July 2013
The Agriculture and Fisheries Council meeting of July 2013 will take place in Brussels on 15th July 2013. It will be the first Council under the presidency of Mr Vigilijus Jukna, Lithuanian Minister of Agriculture.
11 July 2013 -
11 July 2013
The new European Maritime and Fisheries Fund is one step closer to adoption: in its vote on the Commission's proposal adopted on 10 July 2013, the PECH Committee of the European Parliament endorsed the Commission's call to ensure that the new European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) becomes the main financial instrument to achieve the ambitious reforms of the new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) to ensure long-term environmental sustainability and to secure a competitive future for the fisheries sector.
18 June 2013 -
18 June 2013
Maria Damanaki, European Commissioner for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs has welcomed the agreement on a new, reformed fisheries policy for the EU reached between the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament. The agreement marks the culmination of an extended process which begun with a lengthy consultation process that in turn led to an ambitious 2011 package of reform proposals by the European Commission.
30 May 2013 -
30 May 2013
La Commission européenne a salué l’accord historique conclu entre le Conseil de ministres et le Parlement européen sur la réforme de la politique commune de la pêche (PCP).

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