EU Maritime Security Strategy

11 Sep 2014
Adopted References: REX/402 Referral - Rapporteur: Ms Anna Bredima (Employers - GR I / Greece)
EU Maritime Security Strategy

EU Maritime Security Strategy

The purpose of this strategy would be achieved by pursuing the following four strategic objectives:

  • make best use of existing capabilities at national and European level;
  • promote effective and credible partnerships in the global maritime domain;
  • promote cost efficiency;
  • enhance solidarity among Member States.

 

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