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Acuerdo de pesca de la Unión con Gambia

10-12-2019

Durante el período parcial de sesiones de diciembre, el Parlamento tiene previsto someter a votación su aprobación a la celebración de un nuevo Acuerdo de colaboración de pesca sostenible y el correspondiente Protocolo de aplicación con la República de Gambia. El Acuerdo proporciona un marco actualizado para la cooperación bilateral en materia de pesca, mientras que el Protocolo concede posibilidades de pesca a los buques de la Unión en aguas gambianas y pretende promover una política pesquera sostenible ...

Durante el período parcial de sesiones de diciembre, el Parlamento tiene previsto someter a votación su aprobación a la celebración de un nuevo Acuerdo de colaboración de pesca sostenible y el correspondiente Protocolo de aplicación con la República de Gambia. El Acuerdo proporciona un marco actualizado para la cooperación bilateral en materia de pesca, mientras que el Protocolo concede posibilidades de pesca a los buques de la Unión en aguas gambianas y pretende promover una política pesquera sostenible y la explotación responsable de los recursos pesqueros en la zona.

Plenary round-up – Strasbourg, February 2019

15-02-2019

The February plenary session highlights included a further debate on the Future of Europe, with Giuseppe Conte, Italy's Prime Minister; debates on Syria, and the future of the INF Treaty and its impact on the EU; and discussions on Roma integration strategies, and on a reflection paper on a sustainable Europe by 2030. Parliament also held debates on the conclusion of three EU-Singapore agreements; the implementation of Treaty provisions; and the rights of LGBTI people. Members adopted legislative ...

The February plenary session highlights included a further debate on the Future of Europe, with Giuseppe Conte, Italy's Prime Minister; debates on Syria, and the future of the INF Treaty and its impact on the EU; and discussions on Roma integration strategies, and on a reflection paper on a sustainable Europe by 2030. Parliament also held debates on the conclusion of three EU-Singapore agreements; the implementation of Treaty provisions; and the rights of LGBTI people. Members adopted legislative texts, inter alia, on a multiannual plan for stocks fished in the Western Waters; a Union civil protection mechanism; minimum requirements for water reuse; screening of FDI; electronic road toll systems; mutual recognition of goods; cross-border payments and currency conversion charges; and common rules for access to the international market for coach and bus services. Finally, Parliament adopted positions on six further proposed funding programmes for the 2021-2027 period, clearing the way to the launch of negotiations with the Council.

Research for PECH Committee - Fisheries in Vietnam

30-11-2018

Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia on the eastern Indochina Peninsula, with a population just over 93.6 million, it is the eighth-most-populous Asian country. There are four main fishing areas in Vietnam: the Gulf of Tonkin, shared with China; the Central area; the South-eastern area; and the South-western area (part of the Gulf of Thailand), shared with Cambodia and Thailand. According to the 2016 report of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), Vietnam is the third ...

Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia on the eastern Indochina Peninsula, with a population just over 93.6 million, it is the eighth-most-populous Asian country. There are four main fishing areas in Vietnam: the Gulf of Tonkin, shared with China; the Central area; the South-eastern area; and the South-western area (part of the Gulf of Thailand), shared with Cambodia and Thailand. According to the 2016 report of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), Vietnam is the third largest seafood exporter worldwide after China and Norway before Thailand and India.

Estudio encargado por la Comisión PECH – La pesca en Andalucía - Vertiente Atlántica

16-04-2018

Nota informativa para la delegación de la Comisión de la Pesca del Parlamento Europeo a Andalucía, a su vertiente atlántica, del 7 al 9 de mayo 2018. Se describe el sector pesquero andaluz de la vertiente atlántica desde una perspectiva integral, a partir del sector extractivo hasta el consumo, y teniendo en cuenta la sostenibilidad de los recursos en el ecosistema, la economía y la dimensión social.

Nota informativa para la delegación de la Comisión de la Pesca del Parlamento Europeo a Andalucía, a su vertiente atlántica, del 7 al 9 de mayo 2018. Se describe el sector pesquero andaluz de la vertiente atlántica desde una perspectiva integral, a partir del sector extractivo hasta el consumo, y teniendo en cuenta la sostenibilidad de los recursos en el ecosistema, la economía y la dimensión social.

Estudio encargado por la Comisión PECH – La pesca en Mauritania y la Unión Europea

15-03-2018

Nota informativa sobre el sector de la pesca en Mauritania para la delegación de la Comisión de Pesca de los días 2 a 6 de abril de 2018. La presente nota describe las pesquerías en las zonas marítimas de Mauritania y analiza el Acuerdo pesquero con la Unión Europea.

Nota informativa sobre el sector de la pesca en Mauritania para la delegación de la Comisión de Pesca de los días 2 a 6 de abril de 2018. La presente nota describe las pesquerías en las zonas marítimas de Mauritania y analiza el Acuerdo pesquero con la Unión Europea.

Denuncia del Acuerdo de colaboración en el sector pesquero UE-Comoras

06-03-2018

A raíz de la inclusión de las Comoras en la lista de países no cooperantes en la lucha contra la pesca ilegal, no declarada y no reglamentada (pesca INDNR), la Comisión ha iniciado la terminación del Acuerdo de pesca UE-Comoras. Está previsto que en el Pleno en el período parcial de sesiones de marzo se someta a votación la aprobación del Parlamento, solicitada para la primera denuncia de un acuerdo pesquero por razón de la pesca INDNR hasta la fecha.

A raíz de la inclusión de las Comoras en la lista de países no cooperantes en la lucha contra la pesca ilegal, no declarada y no reglamentada (pesca INDNR), la Comisión ha iniciado la terminación del Acuerdo de pesca UE-Comoras. Está previsto que en el Pleno en el período parcial de sesiones de marzo se someta a votación la aprobación del Parlamento, solicitada para la primera denuncia de un acuerdo pesquero por razón de la pesca INDNR hasta la fecha.

New rules for managing the EU external fishing fleet

15-02-2018

The European Parliament and the Council have adopted a new Regulation on the sustainable management of external fishing fleets, which replaces the 'Fishing Authorisations Regulation' 1006/2008, and covers all EU vessels fishing outside EU waters, as well as third-country vessels fishing in EU waters. The regulation revised the system of issuing and managing fishing authorisations, so as to improve monitoring and transparency of the EU external fishing fleet. It extended the scope of the authorisation ...

The European Parliament and the Council have adopted a new Regulation on the sustainable management of external fishing fleets, which replaces the 'Fishing Authorisations Regulation' 1006/2008, and covers all EU vessels fishing outside EU waters, as well as third-country vessels fishing in EU waters. The regulation revised the system of issuing and managing fishing authorisations, so as to improve monitoring and transparency of the EU external fishing fleet. It extended the scope of the authorisation system to include practices such as private agreements between EU companies and third countries, and abusive reflagging operations. Member States are required to authorise fishing vessels using common eligibility criteria, complemented by specific conditions depending on the nature of the authorisation. Part of the electronic fishing authorisations register, showing who fishes for what and where, will for the first time be publicly accessible. Fifth edition. The ‘EU Legislation in Progress’ briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. To view earlier editions of this briefing, please see: PE 608.651, July 2017.

New rules for managing the EU external fishing fleet

19-07-2017

Following trilogue negotiations, the Parliament is to be asked to approve in plenary a revised system of issuing and managing fishing authorisations, intended to improve monitoring and transparency of the EU external fishing fleet. The new legislation will replace the current 'Fishing Authorisations Regulation' 1006/2008, and will cover all EU vessels fishing outside EU waters, as well as third-country vessels fishing in EU waters. The current scope of the authorisation system would be extended to ...

Following trilogue negotiations, the Parliament is to be asked to approve in plenary a revised system of issuing and managing fishing authorisations, intended to improve monitoring and transparency of the EU external fishing fleet. The new legislation will replace the current 'Fishing Authorisations Regulation' 1006/2008, and will cover all EU vessels fishing outside EU waters, as well as third-country vessels fishing in EU waters. The current scope of the authorisation system would be extended to include practices poorly monitored so far, such as private agreements between EU companies and third countries and abusive reflagging operations. Member States would authorise fishing vessels using common eligibility criteria, complemented by specific conditions depending on the nature of the authorisation. Part of the electronic fishing authorisations register, showing who fishes what and where, would for the first time be publicly accessible. Fourth edition. The ‘EU Legislation in Progress’ briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. To view earlier editions of this briefing, please see: PE 595.886, January 2017.

A maritime strategy for Africa

13-07-2017

Harnessing the oceans' resources in a sustainable manner is the 'new frontier of the African renaissance', according to the African Union (AU). This 'blue growth' will only materialise if the oceans' health and security at sea are restored. For this purpose, the AU has designed an ambitious maritime strategy, but disagreements among the African states are hampering its realisation. The EU could support this strategy, provided cooperation goes beyond security and migration aspects.

Harnessing the oceans' resources in a sustainable manner is the 'new frontier of the African renaissance', according to the African Union (AU). This 'blue growth' will only materialise if the oceans' health and security at sea are restored. For this purpose, the AU has designed an ambitious maritime strategy, but disagreements among the African states are hampering its realisation. The EU could support this strategy, provided cooperation goes beyond security and migration aspects.

International Agreements in Progress: Towards a fisheries agreement with Kenya

17-05-2017

In July 2016, the Council adopted a decision authorising the Commission to begin negotiations, on behalf of the EU, for the conclusion of a fisheries agreement and protocol with Kenya. The negotiations are planned for the coming months. This would be the first ever EU fisheries agreement with Kenya, and would complement the regional network of agreements previously concluded in the western Indian Ocean (Seychelles, Madagascar, Mozambique, Comoros and Mauritius). The agreements allow the EU fleet ...

In July 2016, the Council adopted a decision authorising the Commission to begin negotiations, on behalf of the EU, for the conclusion of a fisheries agreement and protocol with Kenya. The negotiations are planned for the coming months. This would be the first ever EU fisheries agreement with Kenya, and would complement the regional network of agreements previously concluded in the western Indian Ocean (Seychelles, Madagascar, Mozambique, Comoros and Mauritius). The agreements allow the EU fleet to pursue tuna migration in the waters of the countries concerned, in exchange for a financial contribution covering access to their waters and support for their fisheries sector. The EU tuna fleet in the region includes vessels from Spain, France, Portugal, the United Kingdom and Italy. While some of the activities of these vessels take place in the framework of EU fisheries agreements, they also operate, to a significant extent, in the high seas. In addition, a number of them also have access to the waters of third countries with which the EU does not have fisheries agreements, on the basis of private agreements. This is the case of Kenya's waters, where EU vessels have long had access through annual authorisations provided by the Kenyan authorities.

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