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Direct from the Representation of the European Commission. 

Extra money for EU agricultural promotion to mitigate impacts Russian boycott.

The European Commission proposes additional EUR 30 million available from EU funds for the promotion of European agricultural products in 2015.  That money is in addition to the 60 million already provided for in the agricultural budget. Because there is co-financing system,  there are 60 million made ​​available for special promotions.

European Commissioner Dacian Ciolos (Agriculture and Rural Development) has just announced this during a press conference in Brussels. The measure is designed to mitigate the effects. on Russian boycott of a number of EU agricultural products.

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