Black Sea ministers endorse Common Maritime Agenda
Ministers from seven Black Sea countries – Bulgaria, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine have met in Bucharest to endorse the Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea.
The Common Maritime Agenda - the first of its kind in the region - is the result of a process initiated and backed by the European Commission. Between 2015 and 2018 alone, the European Union has supported the region’s blue economy, which represents all economic activities related to our oceans, seas or coastal areas, with more than 13 million euros.
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