EU co-financing agreed for eradication of CSF in Germany, Luxembourg and Spain

EU - The European Commission has decided to grant financing towards the eradication of Classical Swine Fever (CSF) relating to outbreaks in Germany, Luxembourg and Spain.
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Subject to certain conditions, Member States can receive EU co-financing of 50% for expenditures incurred when compensating farmers forced to kill and destroy their animals and for operational expenditures associated with the destruction of contaminated animals and products.

The provisional limits of EU reimbursements are set at €440,000 for Germany, €500,000 for Luxembourg and €6,000,000 for Spain.

Outbreaks of CSF occurred in Germany in 2001, in Luxembourg in 2002 and in Spain in 2001 and 2002.

The decision to grant EU co-financing to Germany, Luxembourg and Spain was taken in agreement with the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health, which represents the EU Member States.

Source: European Commission - 4th July 2003

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