Slovenian agriculture to get EUR 1.7m from EU reserves, minister says

Brussels – The European Commission will release around EUR 500 million in reserves to help the most affected farmers, with Slovenia entitled to EUR 1.7 million, Agriculture Minister Jože Podgoršek said on Monday in Brussels, where EU agriculture ministers are discussing measures to stabilise the EU food sector amid the war in Ukraine. The Commission will act on Article 219 of the regulation on a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products, said the minister as he spoke to the press during the EU ministerial. The funds have to…

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