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EMD 2015 Keynote speech
Speech by Commissioner Vella at the European Maritime Day, Piraeus, Athens
We are farmed in the EU
Join #FARMEDintheEU, the European campaign about aquaculture to promote fresh, local, healthy fish and shellfish from the farmers in the water (our video is also a tribute to the movie "Love actually")
European Maritime Day 2015, Piraeus: Exploring the potential of ports and coasts for Maritime Growth
European Maritime Day 2015 will take place between 28 and 31 May 2015 in Piraeus, Greece. The event will bring together Europes maritime community around the theme of ports and coasts as engines for Blue Growth.