On the 24 of March from 10.00 -12.00 CET, was held online the Final session on the Common Fisheries Policy.
This BSAC meeting presented conclusions from the three Sessions on the CFP: Implementation and revision of the CFP with a Baltic perspective.
The three sessions were held on 19th January, 2nd February and 9th February 2021.
Nils Höglund, CCB’s Policy Officer, attended the meeting.
What is the BSAC?
The Baltic Sea Advisory Council (BSAC) was set up in March 2006 after a decision by the EU to create so-called Regional Advisory Councils in the fisheries sector (Council Decision 2004/585/EC). The main aim of the BSAC is to prepare and provide advice on the management of Baltic Sea fisheries in order to achieve a successful running of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy. To know more about it.