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Poland: The Presidential Council for Agriculture is starting work on a proposal to revise the Green Deal

Poland
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Published Apr 23, 2024

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Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, the chairman of the Presidential Council for Agriculture and Rural Areas, has announced plans to propose amendments to the EU's Green Deal, with the aim of reforming EU agricultural policy during Poland's EU presidency starting in January 2025. Supported by President Andrzej Duda, the initiative seeks to gather input from experts, agricultural organizations, and farmers across Poland, including the younger generation active on social media. The proposed changes will focus on ensuring food security and addressing concerns over the EU's environmental regulations on agricultural production, compared to non-EU countries' standards. Ardanowski hopes to gain support from both Polish and EU agricultural organizations, as well as sectors like construction, energy, and transport affected by the Green Deal.
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The chairman of the Presidential Council for Agriculture and Rural Areas, Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, informed PAP that the Council is starting work on a proposal to correct the Green Deal, which will be presented to the new European Commission. The head of the Council said that on Tuesday the Council would start working on proposals for changes to the Green Deal. He noted that this is the initiative of President Andrzej Duda, who believes that Poland should carry out reforms, among others. in the EU agricultural policy, it should use its EU presidency, which will start in January 2025. Ardanowski also assessed that the new EC, which will be established after the elections to the European Parliament, may help push through the changes. He expressed hope that the revision of the Green Deal would be supported not only by Polish and EU agricultural organizations, but also by institutions outraged by the issues related to construction, energy production and transport pushed by Brussels. ...
Source: AgroPolska
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