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Meeting with of the Association of Milk Processors in Bulgaria representatives, Ms Raeva discussed upon the potentials of the Bulgarian white briny cheese item to be included in the EP Report, amending and complementing the No 1255/1999 European Council Regulation concerning the market of milk and milk products general rules. The opportunity has also been discussed for the Bulgarian milk products producers to be compensated for the need of eventual adaptation of packing (mini packing) for the milk products supplied to schools and kindergartens.
At the next meeting National Agency of Fisheries and Aquaculture representative, the Agency’s main priorities have been revealed connected with our country’s EU membership commitments. The necessity of modernizing the Bulgarian fisheries fleet has been focused upon, that could allow economic optimizing of fisheries.
Another meeting was held with two transport associations representatives: the National Freight Forwarding Association and AEBTRI(Association of the Bulgarian Enterprises for International Road Transport and the Roads) After detailed discussions with the NFFA representatives, Ms Raeva agreed to table an amendment to the EP Report concerning the EU commodities transport logistics, that should reflect the necessity of better customs services and customs procedures’ equalization in the new Member States, as a basic method to raise the EU commodities transport logistics efficiency.
Ms Raeva committed herself also for supporting a number of amendments to the same Report, reflecting the priorities exposed by the AEBTRI representatives, namely the necessity of EU Action Plan for a modern and efficient logistic system, with interrelated and multifunctional infrastructure.
Union of Brewers in Bulgaria representatives expressed their concern about some measures in the EP Report regarding EU strategy supporting the Member States on lessening the harm caused by the alcohol. According to the brewers, part of the suggested measures are too restrictive and with a vague effect regarding the supply, the promotion and the merchandising of beers. At this meeting, Ms Raeva committed herself to defend the interests of this economically important industry in Bulgaria, known to follow the world highest standards, as she is intending to table some branch priority amendments to the Report which is due to be voted for on September 6th in the EP in Strasbourg.