Here are the priorities of the EU maritime strategy

The Commission is currently putting the final touches on a document appointing five priorities in the work with the EU Maritime Transport Strategy. Several of these priorities aim to reduce paperwork at EU ports.

If everything goes according to plan, the EU will present its Maritime Transport Strategy next year. However, the Commission will not answer if that deadline will actually be met. | Photo: Colourbox/Arkiv


The European shipping sector looks set to see several of its demands be met in the EU Maritime Transport Strategy.

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