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Brussels – Another marathon session of negotiations on the reform of EU legislation on fisheries has ended in disappointment, said Greenpeace. The ministers have been meeting in Council since Monday to revise their position on the main points of...
For the final comment on the outcome of the meeting of fisheries ministers, go to: http://www.greenpeace.org/eu-unit/en/News/2013/Council-tables-weak-deal-on-EU-fisheries-reform
Brussels – EU fisheries ministers have concluded a marathon...
WHAT? EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council
WHEN? Monday 13 & Tuesday 14 May
WHERE? Brussels, Belgium
Brussels – The European Parliament environment committee today voted to support long-term targets to improve van fuel efficiency and reduce carbon emissions by 2025. However, the members of the European Parliament (MEPs) failed to tighten up the...
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