CEFTA Agriculture Ministers End Morning Part of the Plenary Session

Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) member states's agriculture ministers started a two-day meeting in Maribor on Friday. Headed by ministers of agriculture or their aides, delegation from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Slovenia, examined progress in implementing the decisions taken at ministerial meetings in Budapest and Bratislava and the development of agriculture and trade in CEFTA member states. They also addressed relations between CEFTA and the European Union. In the afternoon, the delegations will center on the negotiations on adjusting agricultural products trade concessions with Slovenia.

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