Pavel supported the government’s steps towards farmers, the land tax will not change

Pavel supported the government’s steps towards farmers, the land tax will not change
Pavel supported the government’s steps towards farmers, the land tax will not change
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I have to say that I am glad that Mr. President has supported the steps that we are taking as a government (towards farms), said the KDU-SL Committee member. According to him, the government will spend 550 million crowns on welfare this year, and two billion crowns to support employment in rural areas through discounts on social security payments. However, it will not change, Vborn said.

According to the minister, it follows from the study of the state of the agricultural economy and information that before the consolidated package, the tax on agricultural land was the lowest in the EU countries, after which it moved to the 15th place. He added that the information about the country’s biggest exports to Europe is far from true.

He spoke with President Vborn about the situation on the commodity market, for example with grain. Among other things, Mr. President also changed the possibility of using European production in the framework of development aid towards these countries. That too would be one of the ways to cope with the grain surplus, said Vborn. According to him, moles affected food prices or amendments to the Hunting and Forestry Act. Mr. President sees the two amendments as very similar, stated the Minister of Agriculture.

The Committee thus stated that the Ministry of Agriculture is preparing two packages to help farms, one legislative and the other non-legislative in nature. I would be happy if by the middle of the year we were clear about that (Balch), he said. According to him, some things that can be done right away should not be postponed. Changed, for example, abolished the obligation to submit a certificate of debt-free status for investment subsidies.

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