EU aims to make the Blue Belt project permanent

The Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Ole Sohn, has gained the support of the EU and will now begin work to make the EU Blue Belt project permanent. The result could mean significantly less bureaucracy when sailing between European ports.

The EU has decided to extend the so-called Blue Belt project. The project seeks to make it significantly easier and less bureaucratically onerous to sail between European ports. The project will now be made permanent.

On Thursday, the Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Ole Sohn, received the support of his EU colleagues, the EU shipping ministers, and thereby also the backing to extend the Blue Belt project which is intended to remove and render superfluous the heaps of paperwork and administration, which is at present required in order to sail between two EU ports.

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