TALLINN - Recipients of the Estonian Farmer of the Year award call for rapid solutions for the agricultural sector in a statement to the president, parliament and government in order to ensure uninterrupted food production.
The coronavirus outbreak has changed ordinary processes in the sector, the agricultural producers said. A shortage of domestic workers has lasted for years in Estonian agriculture, which is why producers have had to hire workers from abroad.
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