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European Commission Spokesman's Briefing for 96-09-10

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MIDDAY EXPRESS

News from the Spokesman's midday briefing

Nouvelles du rendez-vous de midi du Porte-Paroleb

10 / 09 / 1996


CONTENTS / CONTENU

  • [01] Exposition à l'amiante pendant le travail: la législation communautaire reste adéquate
  • [02] Martin Bangemann calls for increased maritime cooperation between the Baltic Sea region and the EU

  • [01] Exposition à l'amiante pendant le travail: la législation communautaire reste adéquate

    Dans une communication concernant la protection des travailleurs contre les risques liés à une exposition à l'amiante pendant le travail, la Commission européenne estime que la législation communautaire actuellement en vigueur reste adéquate et ne devrait être modifiée que s'il était décidé, au niveau de l'UE, d'étendre l'interdiction de l'emploi d'amiante.

    [02] Martin Bangemann calls for increased maritime cooperation between the Baltic Sea region and the EU

    In a speech at the Baltic Sea Conference in Helsinki today, Industry Commissioner Martin Bangem, said today: "In the promotion of economic development and maritime cooperation in the Baltic Sea region three main issues are of vital interest: industrial cooperation, participation in the Information Society and development of transport infrastructure and related services". The Commission, he said, has already laid down initiatives to be taken for future cooperation in these areas, at every level: State to State, Region to Region and private initiatives with appropriate emphasis on business cooperation and human resources as well as on infrastructure. "The MARIS initiative is the main tool to promote the application of information technologies in the maritime sector. This initiative is included in the 11 pilot projects the G-7 States identified at their meeting on information technology in Brussels in February 1995. It was clear from the beginning that non G-7 countries should not be excluded. It is our purpose to enlarge MARIS to the Baltic and to invite maritime players in this region to an active participation in the sub-projects."

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