Agriculture and Fisheries Council takes place in Brussels on 14 May.
As the provisional agenda stands, the primary focus for agriculture will be on the post-2020 common agricultural policy (CAP) reform package. Ministers will exchange views on the new delivery model in the regulation on CAP strategic plans.
Member states will also exchange views on the agricultural aspects of the Commission’s communication titled “Clean Planet for all: strategic long-term vision for a climate neutral economy”.
The Commission will then provide an update on the performance of EU agricultural trade after which Ministers will hold an exchange of views.
There are currently three items scheduled for discussion under ‘any other business’:
Information from the Netherlands delegation on the judgement of the Court of Justice on organisms obtained by mutagenesis (case C-528/16).
Information from the Spanish and French delegations on the regulation on the European maritime and fisheries fund.
Information by the Belgian delegation on the situation in the fruit sector for apples and pears.