Spain calls on the EC to continue to monitor the impact of the Russian veto in the markets

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Spain calls on the EC to continue to monitor the impact of the Russian veto in the markets

Minister of Agriculture, Isabel García Tejerina, calls “take measures to rebalance the markets following the export ban”.

España wants the European Commission (EC) continue to monitor the impact of the Russian veto on exports of each of the fruits and vegetables affected, said today the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Isabel García Tejerina.

The matter was discussed at a council of European Ministers of Agriculture, where are you going to do “balance” of measures taken after six months of Russian veto and “EC will report the status of the situation”, García Tejerina said upon arrival at the meeting.

In particular, will be discussed “when to consider a sector is in crisis, what are the indicators that we have and if measures to date have been sufficient”.

In this context, He explained that Spain will reiterate today “that when there is a difficult situation in the Russian market with our producers, that have nothing to do, which are unrelated to this, must have covered their needs with extraordinary measures”, said the owner of Agriculture.

“We must take steps to ensure that markets are rebalanced (…) following the ban on the export of products to Russia”, he said.

“We believe that should not stop monitoring markets, each of the products concerned and in the same way take steps accordingly”, explained Minister.

The actions taken to date “have not been equally implemented in the various Member States”, explained García Tejerina, adding that according to the information provided by each country, EC should analyze the situation “to improve market mechanisms that have been running these months”.

Since the embargo imposed by Moscow in August 2014, EC has promoted measures to support markets for fruits, vegetables and dairy products.

The aid has been given, inter alia, producers of peaches and nectarines, well as small orange citrus and, and the apple, Pear, tomato, pepper, cucumber, Carrot, plums, table grapes and kiwis.

source:mrciaeconomia.com

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