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31 May 2018 -
31 May 2018
Commissioner Karmenu Vella is in Burgas, Bulgaria welcoming more than 1000 participants from the maritime sector for the 2018 edition of the European Maritime Day. For the first time since its conception, the European Maritime Day takes place in the Black Sea region.
 
30 May 2018 -
30 May 2018
The European Commission is proposing improvements to modernise and simplify the way in which fishing rules are monitored and complied with in the EU.
 
30 May 2018 -
30 May 2018
The European Commission is proposing improvements to modernise and simplify the way in which fishing rules are monitored and complied with in the EU. An effective control system is key to ensuring that the EU's fisheries are sustainably managed, which in turn guarantees the long-term viability of the EU fishing sector and protects the livelihoods of our fishermen.
 
28 May 2018 -
28 May 2018
As in previous years, the European Commission is committed to fully implement the international control measures for bluefin tuna. The period 26 May to 24 June marks the season where large vessels, purse seiners, are allowed to fish for this stock.
 
28 May 2018 -
28 May 2018
The European Commission has tabled an important legal proposal to tackle marine litter. By introducing new measures on single use plastics as well as derelict fishing gear, the proposal will contribute to Europe’s transition towards a Circular Economy.
 
 
25 May 2018 -
25 May 2018
160 experts from all over the world have gathered in Brussels on 24 and 25 May for the first meeting of the International Forum on Maritime Spatial Planning. They have discussed ongoing projects both in the EU and abroad and shared views on the challenges of planning public sea space across borders.
 
17 May 2018 -
17 May 2018
Hundreds of innovative entrepreneurs and leading investors from across Europe are coming to Brussels today, looking for partners to create sustainable economic growth from our seas and oceans. Why? Because the European Commission is organising Blue Invest, the first-ever, EU-wide matchmaking event between start-ups and investors in the blue economy.
 

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