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G8 agricolture to a final document

The governments of all the Countries, Zaia closed, have a great responsibility in the future of the planet’s agriculture. Citizens of some countries might complain about the fact that parts of their country is being sold to foreigners for speculations, but the Heads of State have the legal tools to avoid this. The declarations that this meeting will write are a political commitment for those who sign it. The Minister of food forest and agricultural policies, Luca Zaia opens the second day of the G8 Agriculture Ministers' Meeting.

“We are working on writing a final document. All the delegations are fully committed in following this direction. This is a G8 meeting: the document we are working on, will be given to the Heads of State and Government, that will meet at the G8 summit in the Maddalena”. With these words the Minister of Food, Forest and Agricultural policies Luca Zaia opened, during the daily press briefing, the second day of the agricultural G8.“We are debating on the text of the declarations. I can confirm that at the moment we are working on a declaration in G8 format, following the Toyako mandate.” “The climate is one of collaboration - the Minister said -, therefore I am confident that we will find a compromise. Obviously, as often declared, each negotiation is like a statue of Michelangelo: the statue is there, but in order to show it to world, it is necessary to remove all the unnecessary things”. The Minister then illustrated some of the main points that should be in the document: “Among the priority topics in agenda there is bioenergy, and the strengthening of the biomasses, for a sustainable agriculture. We are also drawing up the market model that we want for the future: obviously we are for the free market economy, but not completely rule-less. We want a modern agriculture that guarantees the development of all the Countries, that protects farmers, and that safeguards tour producers’ competitiveness. One of the main aims is to prepare efficient tools to fight financial speculation”. “I also want to thank - Zaia said - the delegations, arrived here in Castelbrando for the extended meetings, for the solidarity expresses to the populations hit by the earthquake in Abruzzo”. “The governments of all the Countries, Zaia closed, have a great responsibility in the future of the planet’s agriculture. Citizens of some countries might complain about the fact that parts of their country is being sold to foreigners for speculations, but the Heads of State have the legal tools to avoid this. The declarations that this meeting will write are a political commitment for those who sign it”.

Origin: Agricoltura Italiana On Line

by S. C.
20 april 2009, World News > Italy

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