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". The European Parliament and especially the Group of the European People’s Party and European Democrats has always helped push the outermost region concept to the forefront. This was the case in the Gutiérrez Díaz report, the Fernández Martín report, which promoted the inclusion of the concept in the Treaty, and now in the Sudre report, which restates European policy for the outermost regions. In the face of the Commission’s hesitancy and contradictions, due to which REGIS has disappeared, the review of POSEI has been postponed and the corresponding funding has been reduced, the Sudre report comes at a highly appropriate moment. The European Parliament is reasserting itself by adopting measures in various fields – from agriculture to fisheries, from the environment to transport and energy via the information society – with the necessary budgetary support. At the same time, production sectors stand out, which in the case of the Azores means that the dairy and sugar disputes must be resolved. In this context I quote Paragraph 7 of the Sudre report: “[The European Parliament] believes that specific adaptations of the common policies must be developed where the outermost regions are heavily dependent on a limited number of economic activities or even on a single economic activity, in conformity with Article 299(2) of the Treaty.” We now look forward to initiatives from the Commission and from the national and regional authorities."@en1

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