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Slovenia Wants to Catch up with EU in Agriculture

Gornja Radgona, 26 August - Slovenians believe that the reform of the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is necessary and that the country's main agenda should be to boost agricultural development and find its place on the global market, participants of the annual International Food and Agriculture Fair (AGRA) in Gornja Radgona agreed on Thursday.

Gornja Radgona
A debate on the drafting of the reform of the EU common agricultural policy (CAP) at the International Food and Agriculture Fair (AGRA). Pictured from left to right: Hans-Erwin Barth of the European Commission's Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development, moderator Vida Petrovcic (third from the right), Branka Tome of the EU's Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development and Alojz Senegacnik of the Agricultural Ministry.
Photo: STA

Gornja Radgona
A debate on the drafting of the reform of the EU common agricultural policy (CAP) at the International Food and Agriculture Fair (AGRA). Pictured: Branka Tome of the EU's Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development.
Photo: STA

Gornja Radgona
A debate on the drafting of the reform of the EU common agricultural policy (CAP) at the International Food and Agriculture Fair (AGRA). Pictured from left to right: Hans-Erwin Barth of the European Commission's Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development, moderator Vida Petrovcic (third from the right), Branka Tome of the EU's Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development and Alojz Senegacnik of the Agricultural Ministry.
Photo: STA

Gornja Radgona
Hans-Erwin Barth of the European Commission's Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development presenting the drafting of the reform of the EU common agricultural policy (CAP) at the International Food and Agriculture Fair (AGRA).
Photo: STA

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