Minister Says Russian Food Ban Would Cause EUR 10M Damage

Brussels, 5 September - Attending an extraordinary session of EU ministers of agriculture and fisheries debating Russia's ban on EU agricultural imports in Brussels on Friday, Slovenia's Dejan Židan called for equal aid for all affected members and producers, noting that Slovenia is to lose around EUR 10m in exports should the ban last for a year.

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