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US News Wrestling about EU agricultural reform: “It's not easy”

12:30  20 october  2020
12:30  20 october  2020 Source:   promipool.de

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What is the EU ' s Common Agricultural Policy? Safeguarding food supplies for nearly 450 million people is no easy task, but it ’ s one of the European Union ’ s main The European Commission has proposed a reform to the Common Agricultural Policy that outlines nine specific objectives.

In December 2013, the European Union ( EU ) enacted the reformed Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for 2014–2020, allocating almost 40% of the EU ' s budget and influencing management of half of its terrestrial area. Many EU politicians are announcing the new CAP as “greener

The decisive negotiations on EU agricultural reform in Luxembourg have entered the second day. The aim of Federal Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner is to reach an agreement among the 27 countries.

Vor allem bei den Umweltvorgaben der Agrarreform gibt es Differenzen. © Carsten Rehder / dpa Above all, there are differences in the environmental requirements of the agricultural reform.

"It's not easy to get 27 member states under one roof," said the CDU politician in the morning on WDR5. Because Germany currently holds the EU Council Presidency, Klöckner is leading the negotiations.

In addition to the EU states, the European Parliament also wants to agree on a line this week. Both sides could then start negotiations with one another. The agrarian reform is about hundreds of billions of euros. It is the largest item in the EU budget. Many farmers are dependent on direct payments from Brussels, but at the same time fear excessive requirements.

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European support to farm incomes has decreased substantially over the past 20 years, according to this report. The recommendations in this report for future EU agricultural policy reform include: Remove remaining impediments to the functioning of input and output markets; in particular more

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In 2018, the EU Commission proposed a reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for the years 2021 to 2027. In the meantime, there is already a transition phase for the next two years, so that new rules would not come into force until 2023. One of the goals is to make agricultural policy much more environmentally friendly.

The current negotiations of the EU agriculture ministers began on Monday. There were major differences, especially in the so-called eco regulations, i.e. environmental requirements that go beyond the mandatory requirements. Klöckner wants to present a new compromise proposal in the course of the day.

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