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Andalusia in Spain sees an intolerable extending of the exception that allows Italy to market 22-millimeter clams until 2025

Published Dec 31, 2022

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SEVILLE, Dec. 30 (EUROPA PRESS) - The publication in the Official Journal of the European Union (DOUE) this Friday of a new extension of the exception that allows Italy to market a 22-mm clams, when in Andalusia and the rest of the community territory it is prohibited below 25, has been described as "intolerable" by the general director of Fisheries and Aquaculture of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, José Manuel Martínez Malia, who has assured that it is "a new jug of cold water that extends the comparative grievance with our industry."

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SEVILLE, Dec. 30 (EUROPA PRESS) - The publication in the Official Journal of the European Union (DOUE) this Friday of a new extension of the exception that allows Italy to market a 22-mm clam, when in Andalusia and the rest of the community territory it is prohibited below 25, has been described as "intolerable" by the general director of Fisheries and Aquaculture of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, José Manuel Martínez Malia, who has assured that it is "a new jug of cold water that extends the comparative grievance with our industry." Martínez Malia has indicated through a statement that "it makes no sense to speak of exceptionality, when this situation has been going on for seven years and now it is extended until December 31, 2025." The director general has highlighted that "it is not acceptable that the Government of Spain limits itself to voting against this measure in Europe, since it is the one that has the capacity to negotiate and must ...
Source: europapress
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