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Agriculture ministers meeting in Brussels on March 19 forged an incomplete compromise farm policy ahead of key negotiations on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), with Slovakia and Slovenia refusing to sign off on the deal, Euractiv reported.
The most divisive issues in the 2014-2020 CAP have been the force of environmental measures, establishing a uniform per-acre payment for farmers, and the future of protectionist measures for sugar and wine producers.
Slovakia and Slovenia, whose farm ministers argued that their countries did not get a fair deal, refused to sign the accord.
The 25-2 vote in favour gives me a very strong mandate now to go into the next stage of negotiations to try to conclude this process, said Simon Coveney, Irelands agricultural minister, who vowed to reach a final deal on the CAP before Ireland's EU presidency ends on 30 June.
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