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Thursday, 9 March 2017

EU Agriculture Commissioner: Greece to receive €19 Bln for Agriculture



"Greece will get 19 billion euros in the next seven years for development in agriculture, while Greek traditional products will be protected, said European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Phil Hogan", Greek Reporter. “I come from a small country, Ireland, which has much in common with Greece, based on agriculture and animal husbandry, but without the sun. We went through difficulties similar to those you have in your country […] Let us all work together in a spirit of solidarity and cooperation, to see the best results in Greek agriculture and animal husbandry, as the example of the ‘Kourellas’ business shows,” Hogan said.


Ireland backs charging UK £50bn for EU divorce, MSN/Sky News




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