In Paris, the main points of the new law for French farmers

Regulation & Compliances
Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Published Feb 28, 2024

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Greek Minister of Rural Development and Food, Lefteris Avgenakis, is in Paris to discuss the revision of the CAP 2023-2027 with his French counterpart, Marc Fesneau. The meeting will focus on technical and structural changes. Avgenakis will also address a conference on climate change and livestock health challenges. In related news, French Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal, has outlined a new agricultural bill featuring strict food market controls, reduced insurance contributions for seasonal agricultural work, and immediate compensation for farmers in emergencies.
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The Minister of Rural Development and Food, Lefteris Avgenakis, is in Paris, where he will have a bilateral meeting with his French counterpart, Marc Fesneau. After yesterday's meetings in Brussels, where he participated in the meeting of the Ministers of Agriculture of the EPP, in the Council of Ministers of Agriculture and Fisheries, as well as of the 9 European countries of the Mediterranean, which took place on a Greek initiative. The focus will be on the revision of the CAP 2023-2027 both at the technical and structural level, but also the coordination of the moves to be made for the Meetings of the 9 countries of the European South, which continues the efforts to improve the CAP and supporting rural issues in the French capital. The Greek MFA will later speak at the ministerial conference, attended by more than 60 ministers from around the world, on "climate change and health challenges in livestock", which is being held as part of the International Agriculture Exhibition. ...
Source: Agrotypos
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