Slovenia Expects No Deadlocks in Accession Negotiations Following Proposed CAP Reform
Ljubljana, 15 July - Slovenia expects that the debate on the reform of the EU's common agriculture policy (CAP) will not hinder the enlargement process, Agriculture Minister Franci But commented Monday the European Commission's plan to radically reform the CAP. "We expect and demand that there will be no deadlocks in the conclusion of the negotiating process, however we are also a little afraid of it," Minister But told the press.
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