EU's Agricultural Reform Should Not Affect Slovene Farmers, Erjavec Says
Ljubljana, 16 July - Emil Erjavec, a Slovene negotiator with the EU in the field of agriculture, underlined that no Slovene farmers would be affected by the reforms of the EU's common agricultural policy. It is possible that a few agricultural enterprises would be affected by the reforms, but that all depends on the amount of quotas and funds to which Slovenia would be entitled, Erjavec explained in an interview for Slovene public television late on Monday.
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