TALLINN - Discussing the EU’s next financial framework (MFF – multi-annual financial framework) for the period 2014-2020 in Cyprus, Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet said that the financial framework must contribute to ensure growth, increase competitiveness and create jobs, reports LETA. “We also hope there will be an agreement on the budget before the end of the year,” Paet said.The foreign minister also emphasized that Estonia strives for a quicker unification of the agricultural subsidies of the European Union. According to Paet, Estonia, Latvia and Li...
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