“We are actively working on the preparation of the Bulgarian Strategic Plan for the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and in close cooperation with all parties involved.”
Bulgarian agriculture sector has serious expectations for a clear and specific implementation of the future parameters of the new EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
The 2021 grape harvest is expected to be 20 per cent bigger than last year's told Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Prof.Dr. Hristo Bozukov.
In a joint letter, the agriculture ministers of Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and the Visegrad Four called on the European Parliament to convene a plenary session to adopt the three main pieces of legislation related to the new CAP.
The role of agriculture as an important economic, social and political factor in the field of food security is huge and it continues to grow, said Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Georgi Sabev during the Seventh International Conference Peace Bread.
Full potential of rural areas could be only developed with a comprehensive and coordinated EU policy, which relies on a variety of instruments and joint actions
All mechanisms for the maximum compensation would be used, as well as financial support would be given to the affected farmers by the end of the year.
I will ask the State Agency for State Reserve and Wartime Stocks to allocate grain to support animal breeders.
The invitation was extended to Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Georgi Sabev from Boris Eryavets.
“Bulgaria will submit a proposal to host more forums related to viticulture in our region,” announced Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Prof. Dr. Hristo Bozukov during his visit to the village of Ustina, Rhodope Municipality.