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The Minister of Agriculture of Spain, Luis Planas, and the Minister of Agriculture and Food of France, Julien Denormandie, have held a bilateral meeting in which they have analyzed the state of the negotiations of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). They have defended that it has a greater environmental ambition, but guaranteeing the viability of the exploitations.
The new CAP, the owners acknowledge, should entail a simplification of administrative procedures, while regarding eco-schemes they consider that they should have flexibility in their application.
Regarding the implementation of the ‘Farm to Table Strategy’, which will involve a significant legislative rollout, Planas and Denormandie will adopt a common approach and have requested rapid harmonization on source labeling, a review of the legislative package of phytosanitary products and the adoption of a new strategy in favor of animal welfare.