In January and February 20201, the BSAC held three sessions on the CFP. At its concluding meeting on 24th March 2021, it was agreed to create a drafting group to start producing a white paper.
The meeting was from 11.00 – 13.00 CET.
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.