Project on Integrated Maritime Policy

in the Mediterranean

European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI)

The Project on Integrated Maritime Policy in the Mediterranean (IMP-MED) is an EU-funded project which seeks to provide opportunities to nine southern Neighbourhood States in the Mediterranean

to engage in and to obtain assistance for developing integrated approaches to maritime affairs. The nine Partner Countries are: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria and Tunisia. More

Editorial

Ms. Beate Gminder
DG Mare, European Commission

IMP-MED is a technical assistance project of the European Commission for the Integrated Maritime Policy in the Mediterranean which has as its main goal an improved governance of maritime affairs in the sea basin.

Headlines

IMP-MED Newsletter, Issue 5

We are pleased to announce the publication of our newsletter, providing an overview of the project and recent activities. Click here.

Upcoming meetings

European Maritime Days : EMD 2014 Conference
See more information in the official web page : http://ec.europa.eu/maritimeaffairs/maritimeday/en/home

  • Dates : 19-20 May 2014 - Venue : Bremen, Germany
4th IMP-MED Regional Meeting
  • Date : 21 May 2014 - Venue : Bremen, Germany

Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) Conference: Shipping

Athens, Greece: 06 June 2014

In May 2011

The European Union decided to suspend all cooperation with Syrian authorities

5th Technical Regional Workshop of the IMP-MED Project

Athens – Greece: 16-17 April 2013 at HILTON Athens Hotel

EC Publications

Need to know more about the EC publication, see the following links:

IMP Guide

We are pleased to announce the publication of the “IMP Guide”, a project tool which provides an introduction to developing IMP at the national level and which provides the basis for the IMP-MED model for technical assistance. Click here.

Maritime Forum

To know more about the Integrated Maritime Policy in the Mediterranean and to access the restricted group for the members of the Working Group for the IMP in the Mediterranean,