The European Commission approved a Greek program 26 million euros, to support companies operating in the primary agricultural sector affected by the coronavirus epidemic, according to a Commission statement.
The scheme was approved under the temporary State Aid Framework.
Public support, which will receive the form of direct grants, will be open to companies engaged in primary production (farmers) in Greece in the fields of buffalo breeding, of watermelon production outdoors, of greenhouse crop production (with the exception of Crete), and potato production in summer and autumn. The purpose of the program is to help beneficiaries meet their liquidity needs and to continue their activities during and after the outbreak of the pandemic..
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