This is the idea around which the EU ministers of agriculture united around at the extraordinary sitting of the EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council held on September 5, 2014 in Brussels.
The budget concerning the implementation of the measures as regards the fruit and vegetables, excluding apples and pears, has to be increased.
“The measures in the milk and dairy products sector are not applicable in our country therefore it is necessary direct support to be ensured for milk producers to compensate for the losses caused by the crisis,“ said minister Groudev.
The European Commission will continue to monitor closely the situation at the market and it is ready to use all the instruments envisaged in the CAP to lend support.
At the same time work will be done to the aim of finding new markets and for this purpose the European Commission is granting additional EUR 60 million for the realization of promotional programmes for agricultural products.
It is important the implemented measures to be efficient and result-oriented to guarantee a real effect for the agricultural producers in the EU.