European Agriculture Ministers, meet in Brussels this week among the items on the agenda is the critical topic of the Common Agricultural Policy post 2020.

According to policy markers, the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is a dynamic policy which, through successive reforms, sustainable use of natural resources, climate change, increased competition from global markets and the need to maintain thriving rural areas across the EU.

The European Council says the CAP needs to continue to ensure viable food production and a stable food supply, while taking into account food safety, the rural economy, animal welfare, and social and environmental concerns.

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European Agriculture Ministers, meet in Brussels this week among the items on the agenda is the critical topic of the Common Agricultural Policy post 2020.

According to policy markers, the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is a dynamic policy which, through successive reforms, sustainable use of natural resources, climate change, increased competition from global markets and the need to maintain thriving rural areas across the EU.

The European Council says the CAP needs to continue to ensure viable food production and a stable food supply, while taking into account food safety, the rural economy, animal welfare, and social and environmental concerns.

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