Minister of Agriculture: we want the EU to participate in covering part of the costs of farmers' losses in Poland

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Published Feb 25, 2024

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Polish Minister of Agriculture, Czesław Siekierski, plans to discuss the EU's help in covering losses suffered by Polish farmers due to uncontrolled goods from Ukraine. He also highlighted issues such as the Green Deal's burdens, high fertilizer and machinery prices, and low agricultural production profitability. Stefan Krajewski, on the other hand, has declared the European Green Deal irrelevant and is working to tailor it to farmers' needs. Amidst farmer protests, Krajewski emphasized that farmers will oppose the inflow of Ukrainian goods and the European Green Deal policy.
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Minister of Agriculture Czesław Siekierski announced on Saturday in Zosin (Lubelskie) that during the next meeting in Brussels he wants to talk, among others, that the European Union should participate in covering part of the costs of losses suffered by Polish farmers as a result of the inflow of uncontrolled goods from Ukraine. Minister Siekierski participated on Saturday in Zosin (Hrubieszów poviat) in a meeting with representatives of protesting farmers. At the press conference, he admitted that the talks were calm, substantive, although difficult. He announced that on Monday he was going to Brussels for the next meeting of the Council of Ministers of Agriculture of the European Union, where he would present the demands of Polish farmers. "Today I came mainly with the intention of concretizing all these proposals and demands once again," he added. He said that during Saturday's talks, three problems were mainly discussed, the first of which concerns Ukraine and the excessive ...
Source: AgroPolska
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