Slovakia and Germany to join efforts in reforming EU agriculture policy.

By bne IntelliNews February 2, 2011
Slovak agriculture minister Zsolt Simon and his German counterpart Ilse Aigner agreed to set up a joint working committee to co-ordinate the efforts of the two countries aimed at reforming the common EU agriculture policy, Simon said in a statement published on the ministrys website. The reform needs to balance the differences between the old and new EU member countries and the two-pillar system that operates currently should be preserved, Simon said.

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