Malta Presidency outlines agriculture aims, CAP reform debate in March

Malta will use its EU Presidency to push forward efforts to make farming more resilient to the effects of climate change, notably better water management, while it aims to make progress on various legislative revisions, agriculture minister Roderick Galdes has said.

The Maltese Presidency will try to oversee a deal on a new EU organic food regulation – a tentative aim given divisions among member states – and move talks forward on an overhaul of rules on veterinary medicines, as well as closely monitoring

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