Minister Says Common Agricultural Policy Should Not Burden Farmers
Brussels, 14 November - Outgoing Agriculture, Forestry and Food Minister Dejan Zidan told the press in Brussels on Monday that it was vital for Slovenia that the common EU agricultural policy for the 2014-2020 period would not put an extra financial or administrative burden on farmers or the administration.
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