Roundtable on Agriculture in the Ukraine

Monday, 05 March 2018 10:49
When the EU gives money to Ukraine for maintenance and development, does the State disposes of them efficiently? This question is particularly pertinent in the agricultural sector.
When the subsidies are not enough for all participants in the sector, they should be received by those who need them more, particularly small and medium-sized companies.

The distribution of subsidies in Ukraine appears to be opaque and in this there is opportunity for corruption.

This will be the subject of a roundtable discussion in the European Parliament this week on Wednesday 7th March under the sponsorship of MEPs Fulvio Martusciello and Alberto Cirio.

The roundtable meeting will take place in conference room A5F385 in the European Parliament in Brussels at 13.00-15.00 on Wednesday 7th March.

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