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Slovenia Seeks Three Improvements in EU Agriculture Talks

Brussels, 18 March - Slovenia wants improvements in three points of the EU agriculture policy reform: the abolition of sugar quotas, qualifying forests as ecological farming surfaces and for keeping different subsidies for fields and grassland, outgoing Agriculture Minister Franc Bogovič said ahead of the EU ministerial on Monday.

Brussels, Belgium
Outgoing Agriculture Minister Franc Bogovič (left, speaking to Austrian counterpartNikolaus Berlakovich), says Slovenia would seek three changes in EU agriculture policy reform talks: the abolition of sugar quotas, qualifying forests as ecological farming surfaces and for keeping different subsidies for fields and grassland
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

Brussels, Belgium
Outgoing Agriculture Minister Franc Bogovič (left, speaking to Austrian counterpartNikolaus Berlakovich), says Slovenia would seek three changes in EU agriculture policy reform talks: the abolition of sugar quotas, qualifying forests as ecological farming surfaces and for keeping different subsidies for fields and grassland
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

Brussels, Belgium
Outgoing Agriculture Minister Franc Bogovič, says Slovenia would seek three changes in EU agriculture policy reform talks: the abolition of sugar quotas, qualifying forests as ecological farming surfaces and for keeping different subsidies for fields and grassland
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

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