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EU should treat all sustainable EU agri-food products equally when promoting their consumption and avoid favouring certain sectors over others, many MEPs told the EU Commission on Wednesday.

On Thursday morning, Parliament’s Inquiry Committee will debate the current rules and practices on long-distance transport of live animals within the European Union.

The European Parliament endorsed plans to prolong exceptional measures to help the wine sector deal with the effects of the pandemic and the latest US sanctions.

Ministers outlined the priorities of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

As the EU farm policy is being reformed, a long-term vision for rural areas will be debated with members of the Committee of the Regions’ Commission for Natural Resources, on Thursday.

Ways to make the EU’s food system more sustainable, resilient and fairer will be debated by experts and MEPs from the Agriculture and Environment committees on Thursday.

The Agriculture Committee wants to speed up plans to prolong exceptional measures to help the wine sector deal with the effects of the pandemic and the latest US sanctions.

The EU must help its farmers to be more competitive and ensure that agri-food imports respect high EU standards, Agriculture MEPs told Commissioner Wojciechowski, on Tuesday.

The priorities of the Portuguese Council Presidency were debated by Agriculture Committee MEPs and Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development Maria do Céu Antunes, on Tuesday.

Parliament’s response to the Commission’s Green Deal-related Farm to Fork strategy will be debated by MEPs from the Agriculture and Environment committees on Monday.