TALLINN - The three Baltic states and five other European countries signed a joint declaration on the financing of direct payments to farmers at a meeting in Warsaw on Monday.
"EU farmers are operating in the single market; new ambitious climate and environmental goals have been imposed on us and we must stand up for the equalization of direct payments and a fair EU agricultural budget," Estonian Minister of Rural Affairs Arvo Aller said in a press release.
Direct payments to farmers vary by state to up to five times per hectare, All...
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