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Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm at the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Parliament.
12.07.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

The presentation of Minister of Rural Affairs of Estonia Tamm created a lively discussion among the Members of the European Parliament

On 11 July, Minister of Rural Affairs of Estonia Tarmo Tamm introduced the agricultural priorities of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union to the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Parliament and answered numerous questions. “Taking into account...
Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm.
11.07.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

Today, Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm will introduce the priorities of the Estonian Presidency to the European Parliament

Minister of Rural Affairs of the Republic of Estonia Tarmo Tamm will be in Brussels today, where he will introduce the priorities of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the field of agriculture to the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development of the European...
Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm.
08.07.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

Tarmo Tamm: digital solutions in agriculture make it easier for farmers to use resources more efficiently

On 7 July, Minister of Rural Affairs of the Republic of Estonia Tarmo Tamm took part in a conference in Brussels called “Have Your Say”, where the findings of the public consultation on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union were introduced. The Minister also took part...
Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm.
07.07.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

Minister Tamm will take part in a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) conference today in Brussels

The Minister of Rural Affairs of Estonia will take part in a conference for conclusions of consultations on the Common Agricultural Policy called “The CAP: Have Your Say”, where the findings of a public consultation are introduced for the next programme period (2021+). The findings serve as an...
Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm at the African-European Union ministerial meeting.
04.07.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

Minister Tamm in Rome: The topic of agriculture is important in both Europe and Africa because it helps to make life and environment in rural areas more sustainable

“The enormous potential of Africa is becoming more clear, both in human capital and source of goods,“ the Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm added at a meeting in Rome on 2 July with the Ministers of Agriculture of the African Union and the European Union. “One of the priorities of the Estonian...
Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm.
01.07.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

Ministers of Agriculture will discuss creating sustainable jobs in the agriculture sector

The first official public appearance of the Minister of Rural Affairs of Estonia Tarmo Tamm during the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union will take place in Rome on 2 July in a meeting between the Ministers of Agriculture of the African Union and the European Union. During the...
Grain harvest.
29.06.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

Illar Lemetti: we will also implement the general priorities of the Estonian Presidency in agriculture

„The Ministry of Rural Affairs will also implement the general priorities of the Estonian Presidency in agriculture, while focusing on the sustainability of soils, safe foods, open markets, and use of digital solutions,“ said the Secretary General of the Ministry of Rural Affairs of Estonia Illar...
Combine harvesters on a field.
09.06.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

The Presidency priorities of the Ministry of Rural Affairs include discussions on the future Common Agricultural Policy

The priorities of the Ministry of Rural Affairs during the presidency include the future of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), issues concerning agricultural markets and improvement of the position of agricultural producers in the food supply chain, combating antimicrobial resistance and...
24.04.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

State is to limit the spread of antibiotic resistance in animal husbandry

Tarmo Tamm, the Minister for Rural Affairs, approved the Action Plan for Reduction of Microbial Antibiotic Resistance in Veterinary Medicine 2017–2021. The action plan sets the objective to reduce the use of antibiotics in farmed animals and pets by 30 percent by 2020. “The spread of microbial...
Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm.
03.04.2017|Ministry of Rural Affairs

Minister of Rural Affairs attends the meeting of EU ministries of agriculture and fisheries in Luxembourg

Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm attends the meeting of the European Union Agriculture and Fisheries Council held in Luxembourg today, on 3 April. The Council will discuss the simplification of the common agricultural policy (CAP) of the European Union. More specifically, the object of...

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