The Institute for Politics and Society invites you to a public debate on the competitiveness of Czech agriculture in the EU, held under the auspices of Deputy Pavel Sramek.
What influences the imbalance between livestock and crop production and our soil quality and environment? Is agriculture in the country considered a promising field? Does the EU Common Agricultural Policy give the same conditions to all Member States?
You will discuss these issues with:
Pavel Šrámek, MP (ANO) and Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee for food and livestock production
Pavel Sekáč, Deputy Minister of Agriculture
Martin Pýcha, chairman of the Agricultural Union of the Czech Republic
Zdeněk Jandejsek, CEO of Rabbit
Bohumil Belada, vice president of the Agrarian Chamber
Jaroslav Faltýnek, MP (ANO) and Chairman of the Agricultural Committee of the Chamber
The debate will be held on February 4 at 16:00 pm in the Chamber of Deputies, Hall State Files (Sněmovní 4, Prague). The debate will be moderated by MEP and member of the Economic Committee of the Chamber, Pavel Sramek. The event will be held in Czech and admission is free.