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20 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:05 GMT+1



October 22, 2018

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The Federation of the Sea exhorts to carefully estimate the impact of the Brexit on the marine section

The Italian marine cluster emphasizes the necessity to reach a sustainable and mutual favorable agreement

The European marine operators wish the next conclusion of a mutual favorable agreement between Great Britain and European Union for the escape of the United Kingdom from the EU. The interests at stake are extremely important and possible the worrisome consequences of the Brexit for the marine field are evidenced in occasion of the assembly anniversary of the European Maritime Networks of Clusters (ENMC) that it has held to Malta last Tuesday, reunion to which has participated for the Italian marine cluster the Federation of the Italian marine System (Federation of the Sea) represented from the general secretary Carlo Lombardi.

The export of goods and services from the EU to 27 towards Great Britain it is worth 365 billion euros, pairs to 54% of all the imports carried out from the United Kingdom, while the export British towards the EU it is worth 274 billion, pairs to 43% of the exports totals of the Country. The commercial exchanges between Italy and Great Britain have reached in the 2017 quota 34,5 billion euros, of which 23,1 billion exports towards Great Britain and 11,4 billion euros of imports towards Italy.

The Federation of the Sea has emphasized that in this critical phase in it negotiate is need of coldness and a aimed attention to reach sustainable and mutual favorable the agreement on which the parts count both. Moreover the understanding must reduce lessened the difficulties for the marine enterprises, avoiding interruptions in the ports and the flows long the complex Pan-European chains of supplying. The Federation has evidenced also as the people, than features of sailors or of the many others that work in the marine field, often are neglected in this debate and that the agreement must do so as that the populations can work, live and move in all Europe.

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