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Conclusion of scientific cooperation agreements

29-06-2015

Scientific cooperation with non-EU countries aims to strengthen EU competitiveness, tackle global challenges and support the Union's external policies. At the July 2015 part-session, the European Parliament is scheduled to vote on its consent to three international agreements for scientific cooperation between the EU and Switzerland, the Faroe Islands and India.

Scientific cooperation with non-EU countries aims to strengthen EU competitiveness, tackle global challenges and support the Union's external policies. At the July 2015 part-session, the European Parliament is scheduled to vote on its consent to three international agreements for scientific cooperation between the EU and Switzerland, the Faroe Islands and India.

North-East Atlantic fish stock disputes: The mackerel and herring conflicts

09-12-2013

International disputes have arisen over the fishing of herring and mackerel in the North-East Atlantic following the unilateral raising of fishing quotas for these stocks by Iceland and the Faroe Islands. The European Commission has imposed sanctions against the Faroe Islands with regard to their non-sustainable fishing of herring but, so far, it has not taken measures against Iceland or the Faroes in respect of their position on the fishing of mackerel stock.

International disputes have arisen over the fishing of herring and mackerel in the North-East Atlantic following the unilateral raising of fishing quotas for these stocks by Iceland and the Faroe Islands. The European Commission has imposed sanctions against the Faroe Islands with regard to their non-sustainable fishing of herring but, so far, it has not taken measures against Iceland or the Faroes in respect of their position on the fishing of mackerel stock.

Fisheries Co-Operation with Iceland and Norway

15-11-2013

This Note examines the situation in the fishery for highly migratory fish stocks in the North East Atlantic. It presents an overview of the legislation for management of the stocks and considers two case studies: for Herring and Mackerel. It looks at the potential impact of the reformed CFP and considers how future co-operation could be achieved among the Coastal States with a stake in the fishery for mutual benefit.

This Note examines the situation in the fishery for highly migratory fish stocks in the North East Atlantic. It presents an overview of the legislation for management of the stocks and considers two case studies: for Herring and Mackerel. It looks at the potential impact of the reformed CFP and considers how future co-operation could be achieved among the Coastal States with a stake in the fishery for mutual benefit.

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P. E. Rodgers (Erinshore Economics Limited)

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