Siekierski outlines CAP priorities after being re-elected ComAgri chair

Polish MEP Czesław Adam Siekierski (EPP) has been re-elected chair of the European Parliament’s agriculture and rural development committee (ComAgri) for the next two and a half years.

Members of the committee also elected Italian S&D MEP Paolo De Castro and re-elected

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