When I look at the proposals brought forward initially by the Commission, and now, this week, by the Finnish presidency on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), I can only be disappointed and genuinely concerned. Disappointed because already the Commission proposal of May 2018 remained too prudent. Although the EU executive didn't have an easy task, as it had to deal with the announced departure of the UK and with a number of Member States opposed to go above 1% of the Gross National Income (GNI), it managed to craft a budget proposal which contains some forward-looking reforms.
L'agrivoltaïsme: un système en devenir à Madagascar
Renegotiation of the EU-ESA partnership agreement: the challenges for the ESA region
Contribution of ‘Rodrigues Council of Social Service’ in Sustainable fisheries management in Rodrigues
(Octopus FISHERY Closure)