Slovene Agriculture Should Not Cause Problems in EU's Report
Ljubljana, 6 November - The annual report on the progress made by EU candidates towards accession, which will be published by the European Commission on Wednesday, should overall be positive, this includes the field of agriculture, regional development and veterinary medicine, expressed Slovenia's deputy chief negotiator for EU accession Franci But. Criticisms may be directed at milk production where the state has still not allowed market mechanisms to dictate selling prices, in addition to the establishment of border veterinary checkpoints on the border with Croatia, an issue in which no progress has been made.
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