Press breakfast briefing CFP reform - background briefing ahead of key vote in European Parliament
Press breakfast briefing
CFP reform - background briefing ahead of key vote in European Parliament
When: Wednesday, 30 January - 8.30-9.30
Where: European Parliament Members' Restaurant, ASP G building (ground floor), Brussels
With: Green MEPs Isabella Lövin, Raül Romeva, Jean-Paul Besset and Rebecca Harms, co-president of the Greens/EFA group
The European Parliament is set to vote its position on the reform of the EU's Common Fisheries Policy at its plenary session in Strasbourg on 6 February (the Rodust report). The Parliament will vote as a co-legislator on the CFP for the first time. Ahead of this crucial vote, the Greens are organising a breakfast briefing for interested journalists to outline the key issues and possible outcomes.
Please confirm your attendance by 13.00 on Tuesday, 29 January, by responding to this email.
For further information on the legislative report on CFP reform voted by the European Parliament's fisheries committee in December, see the Greens/EFA press release: http://www.greens-efa.eu/eu-fisheries-policy-reform-8875.html
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The Agriculture and Fisheries Council brings together every month Member States’ ministers responsible for fisheries and agriculture.
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When: Monday, 25 February, 11.30 a.m.
Where: Room ASP 05G02 European Parliament, Brussels
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