In recent years, China has made major inroads into the EU by acquiring minority or majority stakes in port infrastructure of strategic relevance for China. Hence, China is increasingly able to shape outcomes in its interest from within the EU.
The agenda includes items in energy & climate and environment, food & drink and health and transport policy.
ENISA launches this call for participation to invite experts in security of different sections of the transport sector to participate in its expert group.
The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit opened on March 5 with a discussion about who stands to win from competition and cooperation in satellite navigation. After a lively debate it was decided that, ultimately, the end user will be the winner in what one panellist described as ‘the Golden Age of GNSS.’
The agenda items include the first examination of the draft non-paper by the European Commission and the High Representative on the revision of the European Maritime Security Strategy Action Plan.