Lithuania wants EU advance direct payments to farmers at 70 percent

Ministry of Agriculture is seeking to increase advance direct payments from 50 to 70 percent, in order to reduce the impact of the Russian embargo on dairy and meat producers.
Virginija Baltraitienė
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