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Parliamentary questions
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29 June 2018
E-003607-18
Question for written answer E-003607-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Georgios Epitideios (NI)

 Subject:  Thracian wine varieties and interregional cooperation
 Answer in writing 

It has been reported that three Greek and Bulgarian research institutions, led by the Agricultural University of Athens, are conducting research in Pangeon, Soufli, Haskovo and Kirkovo, as part of the ‘Interreg’ interregional programme, using tradition and mythology to promote the identity of local wine varieties. To this end, they are trying to promote elements which are superior to those of Western Europe, and make aesthetic and gustatory interventions to improve the overall quality and benefit producers.

Can the Commission say:

If it is possible to conduct relevant research and study into other wine-producing regions in Greece?

Could such programmes also be implemented for other products in different Greek regions?

Original language of question: EL 
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