Cape Verde, whose official name is the Republic of Cape Verde, is a sovereign insular state of Africa, located in the Atlantic Ocean
Approved the new protocol of the fishing agreement between the EU and Cape Verde
Monday, May 20, 2019, 23:00 (GMT + 9)
The Council of European Affairs has approved the new protocol of the fisheries agreement between the EU and the Republic of Cape Verde, whose signing of provisional application by both parties is scheduled for Monday in Brussels. The new protocol, mutually beneficial, will offer fishing opportunities to 28 Community tuna seiners, 14 pole-and-line tuna vessels and 27 surface longliners, with a total reference tonnage of 8,000 tonnes
YouTube video: Cabo Verde from the air - São Vicente
In this way, its entry into force will allow 45 Basque Spanish and Galician vessels to return to this fishing ground, which had to abandon it after the previous protocol was completed on December 22, 2018, ministerial sources said, adding that the annual financial contribution will be 400,000 euros per access to resources plus another 350,000 euros in sectoral support.
The duration of the agreement will be 5 years, which will ensure the stability and legal security of the fishing activity within the framework of this important agreement for the tuna and surface longline fleets.
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