Agricultural reserves: 100 million euros for five Eastern European countries and 330 million euros for other member states

Agricultural reserves: 100 million euros for five Eastern European countries and 330 million euros for other member states

Three months after receiving more than 50 million euros in aid, five Eastern European countries will participate 100 million euros from agricultural reservesThis is what the European Commission just announced. This new envelope will be distributed as follows: 39.33 million euros will be allocated to Poland, 29.73 million euros to Romania, 15.93 million to Hungary, 9.77 million to Bulgaria and 5.24 million to Slovakia.

Economic consequences of war and climatic hazards

Brussels has also provided, as announced by European Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski, another aid package of 330 million euros to 22 other countries that have not yet benefited from this reserve. This second part must still be approved by twenty-seven. Funds were distributed taking into account Economic consequences of the war in Ukrainemainly in dairy products, fruits and vegetables, wine, organic and modern agriculture climatic risks Like drought in Spain and Portugal or floods in Italy.

More than 53 million to France

The main beneficiaries are Spain (€81m), Italy (€60.5m), France (€53.1m), Germany (€35.7m), Greece (€15.7m), Portugal (€11.6m) and Lithuania (€10.6m). euro). Member States will be able to use this assistance as they see fit and will be able to override it by up to 200%. National Fundx. In addition, the European Commission has proposed increasing the share of advances on CAP payments that can be liberalized from October 15: 70% for direct payments And 85% to support the second column.

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