Slovenia Opposes Further Liberalisation of Agricultural Trade in CEFTA
Budapest, 15 September - A Slovene delegation headed by State Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Franc But took part in the first session of the CEFTA subcommittee for trade in agricultural products in Budapest on Wednesday. The meeting, which focused on the issues connected with the implementation of the agreement and its contents regarding agriculture, showed different views of individual states resulting from their different positions. The most interesting discussion was on the question whether and to what extent the talks on further liberalisation of the trade in agricultural products should start, said But, adding that Slovenia opposes further liberalisation of the trade.
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