Slovenia Wants to Stay a GMO-Free Country, Says Agriculture Minister
Luxembourg, 27 April - Agriculture ministers of the current and future EU states, including the new Slovenian Agriculture Minister Milan Pogacnik, finished their Monday meeting at midnight without reaching an agreement on new, stricter regulations for the transport of livestock, nor on the selling of the genetically modified sweet corn in Europe.
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