Malta u l-politika

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Agrikoltura

Fl-ewwel parteċipazzjoni tiegħu fil-Kunsill tal-Ministri tal-Agrikoltura tal-Unjoni Ewropea, is-Segretarju Parlamentari għall-Biedja, Sajd u Drittijiet tal-Annimali l-Onorevoli Roderick Galdes innegozja b’suċċess derogi għal Malta fi ħdan il-pakkett tar-Riforma tal-Politika Agrikola Komuni 2014-2020 sabiex il-bdiewa u raħħala Maltin u Għawdxin ikunu jistgħu jibbenefikaw mill-għajnuniet marbuta ma’ din ir-Riforma. Il-Kunsill tal-Ministri tal-Biedja u Sajd Ewropej sar ġewwa Brussels bejn it-Tnejn 18 u t-Tlieta 19 ta’ Marzu. Għal dan il-Kunsill attendew il-Ministri tal-Biedja u Sajd mill-pajjiżi membri tal-EU.

D.O.I. 20.3.2013

 

The Government is having talks with the European Commission over the provision of more funds to help farmers who are investing in new projects.

The Times 20.4.2013

 

Sixty young farmers are expected to benefit from a €4.3 million allocation in a drive to lure people back into farming. Parliamentary Secretary for EU Funds Ian Borg said the sub-measure was aimed at supporting young farmers. In Malta, 70 per cent of the full time farmers are over the age of 40.

Timesofmalta.com Saturday, February 4, 2017, 13:46

 

Aktar kmieni dalgħodu ġew inawgurati 27 makkinarju ġdid fl-Għammieri li sar b'investiment ta' €530,000. Is-Segretarju Parlamentari għall-Biedja, Sajd u d-Drittijiet tal-Annimali Roderick Galdes spjega li l-makkinarju li kien qed jintuża kien antik ħafna tant li kien inxtara fis-snin sebgħin.

Inewsmalta.com Frar 17, 2017 16:00


A plant which will purify sewage water and supply it to farmers as 'new' water has been inaugurated in Xgħajra. The €10m facility, paid for from EU funds, will help some 600 farmers water their fields in the south of Malta. The facility will receive 80 per cent of Malta's sewage and treat it in three stages to a standard which will make it good enough for irrigation and for use by some industrial firms. Energy and Water Minister Joe Mizzi thanked the Water Services Corporation for its work on the project, saying the latest technology was being used. The plant is the third in the Maltese islands, and by far the biggest. The first was set up at Taċ-Ċumnija near Anchor Bay in Mellieħa and the second in Gozo, both earlier this year. The first supplies 200 farmers, and the second 400.

Timesofmalta.com Wednesday, September 5, 2018, 11:29








 

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