The Assembly of European Wine Regions (AREV) is delighted with the agreement on the reform of the village agricultural policy. It offers the stability and… Read More »CAP: AREV welcomes a reform that offers visibility and stability to wine-producing regions
The agreement reached between the heads of state & governments on the European budget – and thus the CAP budget – has relaunched the European negotiations on both the CAP reform and the recovery plan or the 2021-2022 transition period.
The purpose of this evaluation of the European Commission measures is to assess the effects of the several instruments applicable in the wine sector under the Common Market Organisation Regulation.
The European Parliament voted in favor ofa policy with common agricultural, environmental and social ambitions for all the territories of the European Union,a policy to reconcile the economy and the environment, (relying in particular on innovation, digital and precision agriculture) both in the first and the second pillar, a transparent policy in its management of European funds and able to demonstrate its effectiveness and measure the its results.This EP’s position answers to the main concerns of AREV.
The European Parliament and the Council of Agriculture Ministers have just defined the architecture and the main lines of CAP reform that they intend to see implemented from 2023 and that they will defend during the negotiations which will start from November in the presence of the Commission (trilogues).
At the level of the European Parliament, De Castro (S&D), rapporteur on the file, presented to the ComAgri the first amended version concerning the recovery plan for agriculture. It could allow the sector to benefit from more than €10 billion, to be mobilized during 2021 and 2022.
At the Agri Council meeting, Ministers gathered to talk about green architecture, direct payments and the new delivery model. Ministers stressed the need for further discussions on the strategic plan’s approval process.
Exchange of views with Commissioner Johannes Hahn, responsible for Budget and Administration, on the new MFF proposal and the recovery plan after the Covid19 pandemic
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Transitional provisions for EAFRD and EAGF support in the year 2021 and until the CAP reform is in place
Comagri MEPs yesterday voted on the position they intend the European Parliament to take in negotiations with the Council (and the Commission) on the CAP transitional provisions until the future CAP reform, which they foresee for 1 January 2023 at the earliest, is in place. This position should officially become that of the European Parliament at the next mini-plenary in May.
The global wine market is growing (x2 in 15 years) and very internationalized (45 of the wines are exported).
The EU is the world’s largest wine-producing player: the world’s largest producer, largest consumer, largest exporter and importer of wine.