International Organisation for the Development of Fisheries and Aquaculture in Europe (EUROFISH)
2001-10-31 Rome Italy
31 Oct 2001, Rome (Italy), within the framework of B-XB0971 - FAO, having been launched in 1996 as the FAO EASTFISH project; agreement establishing International Organisation for the Development of Fisheries in Eastern and Central Europe (EUROFISH) adopted 23 May 2000, Copenhagen (Denmark). Took over activities of U-XF4073 - EASTFISH, Jun 2003. Current title adopted 2018.
Contribute to sustainable development of the fisheries and aquaculture sector; promote trade of high quality, value-added fishery products; facilitate transfer of information and knowledge.
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Governing Council. Coordinated by F-XF4072 - FAO GLOBEFISH, Rome. F-XF4460 - Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization (ILO Tribunal) is competent to settle disputes.
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