EC wants his back 214.6 million from agricultural expenditure

The European Commission decided to request back 214.6 million euros of agricultural expenditure, paid from the budget of the European Union member states of the union.

These funds must be returned to the EU budget are not met because different rules for spending EU money or are not properly implemented control procedures on agricultural expenditure, the European Commission announced, cited by BTA.
More or less money in the budget of the European Union will return to France, Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Germany, Spain, Finland, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal and Slovenia.
Most ‘agricultural’ money should be returned to France – 71 million euros for 2006 and 2007 This is necessary because the country are not performed required inspections of the site and are wrongly applied some sanctions imposed on it.
Spain will return 31.7 million euros for problems with control in the disbursement of funds for agricultural development and inappropriate application of sanctions imposed in the production of olive oil, Netherlands – 16.6 million euros for weaknesses in the system of identification of agricultural areas.
For the same reason, Hungary will be returned to the treasury of the European Union 12 million euros, and Poland – 10 million euros because of poor quality and insufficient controls on two measures for the development of agricultural regions.
As regards Greece, the country must return more than 17 million euros because of the admitted shortcomings in the processing of vegetables exceeded the ceiling for funding the production of olive oil, untimely and improper evaluation of stored supplies of rice, which has increased storage costs and failure to comply with deadlines for action, means of payment.

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