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     Scientific Cooperation to Support Responsible Fisheries in the Adriatic Sea  
 

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About AdriaMed

AdriaMed "Scientific Cooperation to Support Responsible Fisheries in the Adriatic Sea" is an FAO Regional Project and it is funded by the Italian Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies (MiPAAF), since 2007 by the European Commission and from january 2016 by the Croatian Ministry of Agriculture. The Project aims in promoting scientific cooperation among the Adriatic countries (Republics of Albania, Croatia, Italy, Montenegro and Slovenia), in line with the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries (UN-FAO).
 

Events

19-20 October 2016. Rome, Italy
AdriaMed Working Group on Demersal Fishery Resources in the Adriatic Sea (WG-DEM).

The meeting was held on 19-20 October 2016 in FAO-HQs, Rome, Italy.
All the Project participating institutions (from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro Italy, Slovenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina) was attended the meeting. The WG-DEM will focus on: i) Identifying priorities and needs for the Adriatic region; ii) Facilitating the coordination at Adriatic level of different data collection requirements; iii) Addressing the request from the GFCM-SAC to provide sub-regional stock assessment on priority species; iv) Fostering technical discussion on fisheries management plans at Adriatic level; v) Initiate discussion on Recreational Fisheries.

4-6 October 2016. Split, Croatia
AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources

The AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources was held from 4th to 6th October 2016 kindly hosted by the Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries of Split, Croatia. All the Project participating institutions (from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro Italy and Slovenia) was attended the meeting.
The agenda items was focused on: i) the research activities (surveys, studies, projects, programmes) in the Adriatic Sea; ii) the work carried out by the Study Group on intercalibration of fish otolith reading (SG-OTH); iii) the coordination at Adriatic level of different data-collection requirements; iv) the appraisal and stock of stock status of small pelagic fisheries resources; v) the relevant issues from the GFCM-SAC work plan; vi) the identification and review of priorities and needs for the Adriatic region and proposals for specific activities to be implemented within AdriaMed framework.

Provisional Agenda.

31th May 2016. St. Julian’s, Malta
Extraordinary Meeting of the AdriaMed Coordination Committee

The Extraordinary Meeting of the AdriaMed Coordination Committee was organized and held in St. Julian’s, Malta, on 31th May 2016. The meeting was attended by representatives of the Donors (Italian Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies, EC-DG-MARE, Croatian Ministry of Agriculture) delegations from the countries participating in the Project (Albania, Croatia, Italy, Montenegro and Slovenia) and the FAO Mediterranean Regional Projects. The Committee was called to address the request received by Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) to become a beneficiary member country of the FAO AdriaMed Project. The Committee agreed on the proposal and required that the official administrative steps be taken to make BiH partner of the Project.

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Publications and relevants documents

GFCM and other FAO regional projects

GFCM ArtFiMed
CopeMed II EastMed
MedSudMed    

 

 

 

 

FAO AdriaMed Project - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Fisheries and Aquaculture Department
(room C353)  Viale delle Terme di Caracalla - 00153 Rome -Italy-
::: tel  +39 06 570 56092/55467 ::: fax +39 06 570 55188 - 

 

 

 

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