European Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Advisory Commission (EIFAAC)
Commission européenne consultative pour les pêches dans les eaux intérieures (CECPI)
Comisión Asesora Europea sobre Pesca Continental
1957-06 Madrid Spain
Jun 1957, Madrid (Spain), as an Article VI body under B-XB0971 - FAO, by FAO Council at its 26th Session. First session Apr 1960. Original title: European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission (EIFAC) – Commission européenne consultative pour les pêches dans les eaux intérieures (CECPI) – Comisión Asesora Europea sobre Pesca Continental. Current title adopted, May 2008. Title and new statutes formally approved, May 2010. EU Transparency Register: 199208826217-90.
Promote the long-term sustainable development, utilization, conservation, restoration and responsible management of European inland fisheries and aquaculture.
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