TALLINN - About 200 farmers from the Baltic countries were to gather at the building of the Council of the European Union in Brussels on Thursday to rally for just treatment of Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian farmers in the EU's next budgetary period.
"Although the expectations of food consumers for agricultural products are effectively the same in all European Union member states, the compensations for Estonian farmers for meeting various requirements have been significantly lower than the average for many years. Unfortunately, our entrepreneurs are...
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