Then, he said, it will be evaluated if there are financial means and if there is a need to mobilize more resources. Spain and eight other European countries yesterday submitted a document to the European Commission in which claimed a fair compensation for their producers affected by the outbreak of the bacteria. (As opposed to Air Force Chief of Staff ). Inadequate and unfair as already happened Tuesday, Andalusian agricultural organizations have agreed Wednesday to qualify as inadequate and unfair increase to 210 million in aid for the fruit and vegetable sector for producers of fruits and vegetables by the European Commission. Representatives of agrarian organizations, which have held a meeting in the Parliament with the Minister of agriculture, Clara Aguilera, and have attended his hearing in the plenary of the Chamber to discuss this matter, have agree in rejecting the latest offer of aid of the European Commission. Eduardo Lopez, representative of the COAG, told journalists that the figure provided by Europe is insufficient, since the damage caused by this crisis is infinitely superior and won’t be Andalusian agriculture which is going to be compensated but the entire European industry. The Minister of environment, Rural progress sees government and Marino, Rosa Aguilar, said that although the proposal of the European Commission (EC) elevate to 210 million euros additional subsidies for European farmers hit by the crisis of the e. coli bacterium is a major step forward this is insufficient.
It is an important step forward in relation to the proposal yesterday, but it is not enough. The Commissioner must leave the door open because even the origin of the outbreak was not found and damage have not ceased, said the Minister today journalists in Cordoba. Rosa Aguilar also has considered that the vast majority of the aid proposed by the European Commissioner for agriculture Dacian Ciolos, must arrive at Spain by Justice since the Spanish sector is the most harmed by the crisis, as he recalled. Source of the news: La CE rises 150 to 210 million euros aid to producers by the e. coli