Over 100 Thousand Applications For Subsidies Submitted By Farmers

100,751 applications for support have been submitted in the 2020 Direct Payments Campaign, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.

Of these, 100,055 have been completed.

The deadline for submitting applications without penalty ended on 20 May. It was extended by 5 days, from 15 to 20 May inclusive. A total of 2865 applications were submitted for this period.

The deadline for making changes without penalty in the applications already submitted by 20 May 2020, including the addition of additional schemes and measures, as well as agricultural parcels and / or animals under the requested schemes and / or measures, is 5 June 2020.

Until 15 June 2020, farmers can apply for support, with a penalty of 1% for each working day of delay.

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