At the EU conference on financial instruments, discussions will focus on agriculture’s financial needs and their role in the green transition.
The European Commission published country-specific reports on the financial needs of agriculture and the agri-food sector.
With the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and overall difficult times faced by the EU, the Commission offers more flexibility to farmers.
The new fund will channel €13.5m into the local economy by helping to guarantee loans offered to local agricultural, agri-food and forestry actors.
First Financial Instrument (FI) under the 2014-20 rural development programming period has been launched by the Estonian Ministry of Rural Affairs.