The current sustainable fisheries partnership agreement concluded between the EU and Morocco entered into force on 18 July 2019 and is tacitly renewed.
Its first implementing protocol has a duration of four years covering the period 18 July 2019 – 17 July 2023.
This fisheries agreement allows a total number of 128 EU vessels coming from Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Netherlands, Ireland, Italy and United Kindom, to fish in the Moroccan exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
15.08.2020 | Aktualisiert am 12.08.2020
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