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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.
 
13 March 2014 -
13 March 2014
The EFCA has adopted its annual report for 2013 at the meeting of the Administrative Board held on 13 of March.
 
17 January 2014 -
17 January 2014
The European Fisheries Control Agency organised a seminar which was hosted by Croatia in Dubrovnik on January 15th and 16th 2014.
 
29 November 2013 -
29 November 2013
A Commission Regulation providing for a reduction of the annual salmon quota allocated to Poland was issued to recover salmon quota overfished by Polish fishermen in 2012.
 
24 October 2013
The European Commission and the EU Council of Ministers issued a joint statement at the October 2011 Agriculture and Fisheries Council on the need to effectively enforce the European salmon fishery. Following the announcement, the European Commission carried out an inspection programme in 2012 on salmon fisheries in the Baltic Sea.
 
 
15 October 2013 -
15 October 2013
The EFCA has adopted its Multiannual Work Programme for 2014-2018 and the Annual Work Programme at the meeting of the Administrative Board held on 15 of October 2013.
 
1 July 2013 -
1 July 2013
The European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA) has published the results from its "Compliance Evalutation" seminar which took place in Vigo on 26-27 June 2013.
 

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