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Wojciechowski looking for extra EU subsidy for European farmers

European Agriculture Commissioner Wojciechowski expects 'soon' EU decisions on more financial support for agriculture, in addition to the emergency aid and state aid promised earlier.

Balkan countries abolish mutual customs controls on their own food

The Balkan countries of Serbia, Albania and North Macedonia have abolished their mutual customs controls for vegetables, meat and natural products. For trucks there will be...

After millions of subsidies from EU, hardly any improvement in the Balkan countries

The European Union's financial and political support for fundamental rule of law reforms in the Balkans has so far...

Occasional case of swine fever in remote region of northern Italy

A first exceptional case of African Swine Fever has emerged in northern Italy. It is unclear how the virus in...

Livestock in EU countries shrunk by almost 9 percent in 20 years

Livestock in the European Union has declined by just under 9% over the past twenty years. This is evident from recent...

Stricter European rules for long-distance livestock transport

The European Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry into Livestock Transport has rendered a damning verdict on the way livestock is transported through EU countries. Also...

MEPs again denounce abuses in animal transport

During a working visit to the Bulgarian/Turkish border, MEPs again found violations in animal transport to destinations outside the EU. It was...

Almost last chance for more Environment and Climate in European agriculture

Most EU countries are prepared in the new common agricultural policy (cap) to meet the wishes of the European ...

Agriculture ministers on EU Green Deal: still unsettled

The European Union will hold an additional 'super trilogue' with the LNV ministers, the European Commission and the European Parliament on Friday. Still trying ...

Less air pollution in EU means fewer premature deaths

Air quality in Europe has improved over the past decade but most EU countries still fail to meet international health standards ....

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