EU to save EUR 400 million on better maritime surveillance

The EU Commission has taken the next step in its efforts toward more efficient and not least cheaper surveillance of European waters. The EU eyes annual savings of up to EUR 400 million.

Photo: Photo Harald Pettersen - Statoil

It is currently far too expensive to safeguard the EU waters, says the EU Commission, which has taken the initiative to change the maritime surveillance.

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