Slovene and Macedonian Agricultural Ministers Discuss Quotas

Ljubljana, 2 March - Slovene Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, and Food Ciril Smrkolj and his Macedonian counterpart Marjan Gorcev will suggest to the joint committee of the two countries to approve such quotas for imports of agricultural products and foodstuffs that would equal a half of the export quotas for these products agreed upon in 1999. The exception regarding tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers was also agreed upon as both countries are in favour of exchange in goods for these so-called "early produce", so the entire import quota to Slovenia for those products should apply.

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