Slovenia wants EU not to cut funding for agriculture
Ljubljana, 24 January - Direct payments, the development of countryside and measures to adjust to climate change will be crucial for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after 2020, heard a panel in Ljubljana on Wednesday. Slovenia argues for the EU to retain the current level of funding for agriculture.
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