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Aid for Polish farmers hit by drought: agriculture minister

24.07.2019 12:38
Poland’s agriculture minister on Wednesday reiterated his pledge of government aid for farmers hit by drought.
Polish Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski
Polish Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof ArdanowskiPhoto: PAP/Jakub Kamiński

Speaking to public broadcaster Polish Radio, Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski said that drought-affected farmers could expect to receive support such as loans, tax breaks and cash once their losses were estimated.

He added that this year’s drought has been less severe than last year, when farmers throughout the country were affected.

Ardanowski earlier this month offered assurances to farmers, saying they “will not be left without help.”

He also said at the time that droughts were becoming an increasingly regular occurrence.

Last year, losses from drought in Poland were initially estimated at PLN 3.6 billion (then EUR 833 million, USD 965 million).

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Source: IAR