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For the second tranche of the Ukrainian aid, the budget will need to be updated for Bulgaria

Published May 25, 2024

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The Deputy Minister of Agriculture in Ukraine, Ivan Kapitanov, has announced that the first tranche of aid for farmers in 2024 has been fully paid. However, he highlighted that an update of the state budget is necessary to secure funding for the second tranche. The Ministry of Health is holding information meetings with producers for the ongoing Campaign 2024 for direct payments. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food will continue to support animal breeding using national and European instruments. Kapitanov also mentioned that additional payments were made to farmers under the Basic Income Support for Sustainability (BAS) intervention for Campaign 2023, and 50% of the areas for the Campaign 2024 have been delineated.
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The first tranche of the so-called "Ukrainian aid" to farmers for 2024 has already been fully paid, announced the Deputy Minister of Agriculture Ivan Kapitanov at the XII National Assembly of Sheep Breeders in Bulgaria, which is being held near the Petropavlovsk Monastery near Lyaskovets , quoted by the press center of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food. However, he clarified to the Bulgarian National Radio that in order to secure the money for the second tranche of aid for farmers, an update of the state budget must be made and this is to be reported to the National Assembly. "In any case, they are about 400 million, depending on how many candidates will apply for the second tranche. I can not promise. The topic depends both on the budget and the Ministry of Finance, on the possibilities of the fiscal office in 2024 to secure these funds. I hope, given that the agricultural sector is significant and important for everyone, that a solution will be found and that our farmers will ...
Source: Sinor
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