The Minister of Agriculture, Maria do Céu Antunes, chaired, this Friday, April 30, in Brussels, the Trilogue of the Regulation of Strategic Plans, where she presented a proposal related to green architecture.
This was an important week to conclude yet another stage in the implementation of the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), with the horizontal regulation close to being completed.
After the Informal Council of Ministers of Agriculture was held on Monday, April 26, on Thursday, April 29, the Trilogue on the amending CMO regulation was held. Today, the Trilogue dealt with issues related to the regulations of the strategic plans, and its continuation was scheduled for May 12, with the presidency of the Minister of Agriculture.
“This was an intense week, but I believe that we are on the way to create conditions to reach the agreement during the 1st semester. Significant progress has been made in the three regulations that make up the CAP, and it has also been a week revealing the commitment of the three institutions to reach a political agreement on the reform of the CAP ”, said Maria do Céu Antunes.