Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018

Monti 'not satisfied' by EU budget proposals for agriculture


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Brussels, November 23 - Italian Premier Mario
Monti said on Friday following a European leaders' summit in
Brussels that he was particularly unhappy with the agricultural
reductions proposed in talks on the EU budget for 2014-2020.
"The allocation of resources and cuts in the revised
proposal are not satisfactory," Monti said.
On Thursday, Agriculture Minister Mario Catania said Italy
preferred to have no deal at all on the EU's budget rather than
a bad deal.
"We need a fair solution that protects Italian taxpayers
because there must be the right balance between what Italy
contributes to the EU budget and what it receives," added
Catania Thursday.
"But there must also be proper protection for our
farmers," Catania said.

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