Subject to the adoption of the European Union (EU) budgetary authority, the European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA) receives EUR 17.6 million for 2020 to safeguard the sustainability of fisheries resources.
The funds will be used to enhance cooperation between EU Member States in the framework of the Monitoring, Control and Surveillance measures of the Common Fisheries Policy. EFCA’s work focuses on four strategic areas to ensure a compliant, efficient and uniform implementation of the CFP: operational coordination, risk assessment and data analysis, compliance with international provisions capacity building and support to Coast Guard functions.
Press release: EFCA adopts its Work Programme for 2020 and multiannual strategic priorities with a renewed approach to cooperation
- Publication date
- 23 October 2019
- Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries