TALLINN – Animal rights activists are asking the Estonian government to leave fur farms without support in the framework of the economic recovery package.
The board of animal rights organization Loomus on Tuesday turned to the government, Prime Minister Juri Ratas and Minister of Rural Affairs Arvo Aller with a request not to support fur farms under the European Union Structural Funds, that is state aid, representatives of Loomus said.
The EU has put together an economic recovery package that allows member states to pay a one-off compensation to f...
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