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EMSA Newsletter No. 210 published


published on 14 September 2022 33 -

EMSA has published their latest edition of their Newsletter.

In this issue: EMSA at ECGFF Plenary & COASTEX 22; EMSA Guidance on Shore-Side Electricity (SSE); closure of pilot interoperability project with concrete results achieved; conclusion of Member State visit cycles related to the PSC and sulphur directives; major new release for THETIS & THETIS-EU; EMSA hosts the ENISA maritime cybersecurity conference.
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