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Joint auditing in the Baltic Sea

In 2008 the Supreme Audit Institutions of Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, and Sweden conducted an audit of environmental monitoring and fisheries management and control in the Baltic Sea.

The audit was divided into two parts: Germany, Latvia, Poland, and Denmark participated in the first part which was about environmental monitoring in the Baltic Sea. Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark participated in the second part about fisheries management and control in the Baltic Sea.

The overall objective of the first part was to assess whether the signatory states of the Helsinki Convention were complying with the standards of the Cooperative Monitoring in the Baltic Marine Environment (COMBINE) and how the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) will affect national monitoring. The overall objective of the second part was to conduct a review of fisheries management and control in the Baltic Sea.

For further information, please contact Yvan Pedersen (+45 33 92 85 50).

Last updated on 08 October 2015

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