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9 October 2015 -
9 October 2015
Commissioner Karmenu Vella has travelled to Europe's biggest fishing port in Vigo, Spain, this week to mark two important anniversaries on the fisheries calendar: the tenth anniversary of the European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA) and the 20th anniversary of the FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. Mr Vella used his visit to recognise both organisations' achievements in promoting and enforcing sustainable fisheries.
 
8 October 2015 -
8 October 2015
The European Commission is promoting a structured dialogue on cruise tourism to enhance synergies in the sector, as announced in its Communication "A European Strategy for more Growth and Jobs in Coastal and Maritime Tourism". The dialogue targets best practice sharing in innovation, competitiveness and sustainability strategies.
 
6 October 2015 -
6 October 2015
Baltic Sea stakeholders and authorities met today to discuss how to foster blue growth and develop an innovative and sustainable maritime economy in the region. The ultimate aim: developing a master plan for blue growth in the Baltic.
 
5 October 2015 -
5 October 2015
Commissioner Karmenu Vella, responsible for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, today announced a set of actions that will include a major political initiative on international ocean governance next year. Based on a wide public consultation and listening tour, this initiative reaffirms the European Commission's commitment to better international ocean governance and will strengthen the EU’s external action in this regard.
 
16 October 2015
The BLUEMED initiative for blue growth and jobs in the Mediterranean
“Aquae Venice 2015” Pavillion, Venice, Italy
High level conference
 
1 October 2015 -
1 October 2015
The Commission today confirmed its zero tolerance policy against illegal fishing worldwide by warning the Comoros and Taiwan that they risk being identified as uncooperative countries in the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing. At the same time, the Commission is lifting the yellow cards from Ghana and Papua New Guinea, which have significantly reformed their fisheries governance system.
 
1 October 2015
A new infographic is on-line
 
1 October 2015 -
1 October 2015
European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, has intensified dialogue with international maritime stakeholders on how to improve ocean governance globally. To take advantage of the opportunities offered by this global outreach, the Ocean governance consultation period ends on 15th of October.
 

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