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Parliamentary questions
19 December 2012
E-011580-12
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Julie Girling (ECR)

 Subject:  Gibraltar on EU maps
 Answer(s) 

Given that Gibraltar is a British overseas territory, why is it that, on the country maps that the general public can view on the European Union website, which is the responsibility of DG Communication, Gibraltar is absent from the United Kingdom map while the overseas territories of France, Spain and Portugal are all clearly marked?

 OJ C 340 E, 21/11/2013
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