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24 March 2014
For the last seven years, the Indian Ocean Commission has received financial support from the European Union, amounting to € 12 million for maritime surveillance and the fight against illegal fishing. This video shows how five countries have pooled their strengths and resources to conduct effective and responsive missions.
 
24 March 2014 -
24 March 2014
Why did the Commission propose to the Council to list Belize, Cambodia and Guinea as non-cooperative third countries?
 
24 March 2014 -
24 March 2014
Following a Commission proposal, the Council of Ministers has today decided to list Belize, Cambodia and Guinea-Conakry as countries acting insufficiently against illegal fishing.
 
21 March 2014 -
21 March 2014
The Agriculture and Fisheries Council meeting of March 2014 will take place in Brussels on 24th March 2014. The Commission will be represented by Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Maria Damanaki, and the Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Dacian Cioloş and Commissioner for Health, Tonio Borg.
 
31 January 2014 -
31 January 2014
Une délégation de l'Union européenne s'est rendue à Dakar cette semaine afin de réactiver les relations dans le secteur de la pêche entre le Sénégal et l'Union européenne.
 
26 November 2013
Statement on IUU (illegal, unreported and unregulated) fishing made by Maria Damanaki, European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
 
 
26 November 2013 -
26 November 2013
Following a formal warning one year ago (IP/12/1215), the European Commission today intensifies its fight against illegal fishing by identifying Belize, Cambodia and Guinea as non-cooperating third countries. Despite the Commission working closely with the countries' authorities to set up fisheries management and effective control measures, these three countries have still not addressed structural problems and have failed to show real commitment to tackling the problem of illegal fishing.
 

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