Slovenia backs measures to help EU farmers

Brussels, 14 March - Slovenia was on board for a series of measures prepared by France and Germany to help EU farmers overcome excess supply in key sectors, such as milk and pork, as EU agriculture ministers met in Brussels on Monday. It also put forward its own proposals for dealing with oversupply.

Brussels, Belgium
Slovenian Agriculture Minister Dejan Židan (second from right) attends a meeting of EU agriculture ministers debating measures to prop up ailing agricultural markets.
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

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