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Parliamentary questions
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3 July 2015
Question for written answer E-010826-15
to the Commission
Rule 130
Sabine Lösing (GUE/NGL) , Cornelia Ernst (GUE/NGL)

 Subject:  Participation by Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt in Seahorse Mediterraneo
 Answer in writing 

As part of the Seahorse Mediterraneo surveillance project, it was planned to connect up control centres in Libya, too. To date, however, no centres have been set up there (Commission's answer of 7 March 2014 to Question E-000331/2014 by Sabine Lösing, MEP). Data from Seahorse Mediterraneo are also to be used within the EU's Eurosur network. According to media reports, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt, too, were to be encouraged to join Seahorse Mediterraneo.

1. To the Commission's knowledge, to what extent are Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt also planning to take part in the Seahorse Mediterraneo surveillance network?

2. In what way do efforts to initiate cooperation with those three countries involve the Commission and/or the European External Action Service?

3. Are the regional coordination centres and the Spanish and Italian national coordination centres for Seahorse Mediterraneo now fully set up, and to what extent are the relevant Libyan authorities now integrated into Italian Mediterranean surveillance centres?

Original language of question: DE 
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