To lower food prices, Slovenian farmers can count on EUR 5m

Brussels – EU member states will try to cushion food inflation by providing financial aid to farmers. Slovenia will have EUR 5.1 million at its disposal, of which EUR 1.7 million in EU funds, outgoing Agriculture Minister Jože Podgoršek said on Tuesday. He will however let the new minister take the final decisions. The European Commission has released EUR 500 million in reserves to help farmers that have been most severely hit by the Ukraine crisis, with EUR 1.7 million available to Slovenia. Since Slovenia can add 200% in own…

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