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Hello users! We have important news: due to the delays caused by the global pandemic, the MSPMED project was granted by the European Commission an extension of seven months to achieve its proposed results. Hence, the new deadline of the project is set to be in October 2022 instead of February. The Consortium looks forward to use this time to complete the tasks that were postponed because they required in-presence meetings but also to enrich the project with new deliverables that will further contribute to the harmonization of Maritime Spatial Planning in the Mediterranean.

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