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2 March 2017 -
2 March 2017
European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, and Administrator Hong Wang of the Chinese State Oceanic Administration took part in the third EU-China High Level Dialogue on Ocean Affairs today.
 
2 March 2017
First sales in Europe and focus on Italy – squid and deep-water rose shrimp| Fisheries in Malta: most of bluefin tuna is imported life from other EU member States, and kept for fattening before being exported. | Algae in the EU market: the demand for edible algae is increasing in the EU, where new market stream and new production models are emerging.| Consumption: fresh monk| Fish and seafood prices increased slightly (+0,5%) compared with the previous month.
 
 
 
24 February 2017
After the United States of America and Chile, the European Union is proud to host the 4th edition of the "Our Ocean" conference, at the initiative of High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini and European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Karmenu Vella.
 
24 February 2017 -
24 February 2017
Today the Commission adopted a proposal for a multi-annual plan for the management of small pelagic stocks (anchovy, sardine, mackerel and horse-mackerel) in the Adriatic.
 
22 February 2017 -
22 February 2017
The European Commission has lifted today the 'yellow cards' for Curaçao and Solomon Islands, recognising the significant progress both countries have made in the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.
 
17 February 2017 -
17 February 2017
The EU is concerned by IATTC's failure to adopt a robust, science-based conservation measure for tropical tuna in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. A last-minute agreement reached last week applies a catch limit for certain fisheries in 2017, but falls short of what is needed to guarantee long-term sustainable management of tuna stocks. Moreover, despite EU support for a plan to reduce fleet overcapacity in the region, capacity continues to increase.
 

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