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Procedure : 2021/2189(INI)
Document stages in plenary
Document selected : A9-0215/2022

Texts tabled :

A9-0215/2022

Debates :

PV 03/10/2022 - 11
CRE 03/10/2022 - 11

Votes :

PV 04/10/2022 - 6.4
Explanations of votes

Texts adopted :

P9_TA(2022)0334

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Tuesday, 4 October 2022 - Strasbourg Revised edition

19.2. Striving for a sustainable and competitive EU aquaculture: the way forward (A9-0215/2022 - Clara Aguilera)
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  Seán Kelly (PPE).A Uachtaráin, I was pleased also to vote in favour of this report. It aims to build resilience and competitiveness within the EU aquaculture sector. The EU imports 70% of all the aquatic food it consumes. In this regard, the EU aquaculture sector has a great potential and it is important that the European Commission and EU Member States provide the legal framework required to develop it further.

EU aquaculture contributes to food supply and food security by providing sustainable and quality food products with a smaller environmental footprint than land—based, thus ensuring that EU aquaculture progresses in accordance with the green transition, while also bringing socio-economic opportunities to coastal regions and rural areas. I think it’s a worthwhile initiative and hopefully Member States, including my own, can avail of the opportunity.

 
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