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Farmers Unhappy with Aid for Pomurje

Gornja Radgona, 23 February - Farmers are unhappy with a law that the government has adopted to help Pomurje, the poorest Slovenian region. The money will help individual farms, but thousands more need help, they said at Tuesday's panel in Gornja Radgona.

Gornja Radgona
Agriculture Directorate boss Branko Ravnik (left), Andrej Horvat, the head of the government's special office in Pomurje (centre), and head of the regional Agriculture and Forestry Chamber Franc Rezonja, talking about the Pomurje law.
Photo: Andreja Sersen Dobaj/STA

Gornja Radgona
State Secretary Andrej Horvat presents the Pomurje aid programme to farmers, who believe the measures are insufficient to help small farms.
Photo: Andreja Sersen Dobaj/STA

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