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Monday, 23 October 2017

European Parliament
-4-7 July: Plenary session of the European Parliament (Strasbourg)
-4-7 July: Committee Meetings in the European Parliament
Council of Ministers

-5/6 July: Informal meeting of health ministers
-7/8 July: Council Employment and Social Policy (Informal)
European Commission

-8 July: Meeting of the college with the Polish Presidency

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In the framework of a presentation of its activities in West Africa, Greenpeace organized a public event at the House of Culture Douta Seck on 29 June 2011. At the meeting, several fisheries specialists predicted that the West African fishing grounds will be depleted by 2030. The European Union is said to be the main threat to fishing grounds and animal diversity in the region.

European Liberals and Democrats have reacted positively to courageous and innovative proposals presented by the European Commission for the next multi-annual financial framework and the system of own resources. Guy Verhofstadt, ALDE group leader, stated in a preliminary analysis that "these proposals are worthy of serious consideration as a bold and coherent contribution to the discussions on the future of the EU budget."

At the occasion of the 9th session of the leading group on innovative financing which took place in Bamako on 25 June 2011 and in which the French development minister Henri de Raincourt participated, eight pioneer states from the African continent signed the declaration on innovative financing for development. Mali, Benin, Burkina Faso, Congo, Guinea, Mauritania, Senegal and Togo joined the community of states looking for new ways of financing for international solidarity and development of the poorest countries in addition to official development aid.

Friday, 01 July 2011

Mozambique and the European Union in June signed a three year extension to the current fisheries partnership agreement that is due to expire at the end of this year. Under the agreement 75 European boats will be allowed to fish off the coast of Mozambique.

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