2020 Conférence régionale des Parties Prenantes de l’UpM et WestMED Hackathons, 10-11 Mars, Barcelone. Compte tenu des dernières évolutions concernant la propagation du coronavirus (COVID-19) en Europe et conformément aux instructions relatives aux mesures de précaution et aux restrictions de voyage de nos participants, il a été décidé, en étroite consultation avec l'UE et la Coprésidence jordanienne, que la Conférence Régionale des Parties Prenantes de l'UpM sur l'Economie Bleue, initialement prévue les 10 et 11 mars 2020 au Palau de Pedralbes à Barcelone, n'aura pas lieu. +INFO CONTRIBUTIONS REÇUES DES PARTIES PRENANTES DANS LE CADRE DE LA CONSULTATION EN LIGNE SUR L'ÉCONOMIE BLEUE (11/3/2020 - 25/3/2020). +INFO

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