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Slovenia sees agreement on CAP as exceptional achievement

EU agriculture ministers reached agreement on the new common agricultural policy (CAP) for 2021-2017 after lengthy negotiations. Slovenia’s Jože Podgoršek labelled the deal as an exceptional achievement for the entire agricultural sector.

 

“Slovenia has managed to secure important elements for the development of agriculture, while considering the environmental protection guidelines,” he said. The minister added that special attention was paid to small farmers in that the administrative burden will be reduced.

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