Ministers of Agriculture from Central and Eastern Europe Convene for the Fifth Time

The fifth meeting of agriculture ministers from Central and Eastern European countries started on Tuesday at Bled, northwestern Slovenia. Slovene Minister of Agriculture Ciril Smrkolj outlined in his introductory address the situation in the Slovene agriculture in the light of its integration into the European market. The main theme of the two-day meeting, attended by agriculture ministers and their deputies from 15 countries, representatives of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) regional office in Budapest, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), is the influence of Agenda 2000 onto agricultural markets in Central and Eastern Europe.

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