Peru: Brussels opens a consultation to see achievements of the Common Fisheries Policy since 2013

Published Jun 21, 2024

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The European Commission has initiated a consultation to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) since its reform in 2013. The consultation is aimed at gathering diverse perspectives from various stakeholders including the maritime and fishing sectors, NGOs, and member state national administrations. The findings will be used to evaluate the policy's achievement of its objectives in areas such as the sustainability of fishing and aquaculture, protection of the marine environment, and food availability. A summary report of the consultations is expected to be published in early 2025.
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The results of that consultation and a future consultation will be used to assess how the policy achieves its objectives. The European Commission (EC) began a consultation this Thursday to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) since 2013, in the context of the new needs that exist in the European Union, that institution announced in a statement. The results of that consultation and a future consultation will be used, together with other analyzes and studies, to assess how the policy achieves its objectives, as well as its economic implications and "its relevance in the context of national needs." emerging" The Commission will publish a summary report of the consultations, including the evidence collected, in early 2025. The aim is to carry out a "comprehensive evaluation" that will analyze how the CFP has achieved its objectives since 2013. Among other issues, the long-term sustainability of fishing and aquaculture, the contribution to the ...
Source: PEefeagro
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