The government has established a coordination table for work in agriculture, where ministries, unions, and organizations can discuss labor costs, manpower procurement, flow management, training, and simplification. This was announced by Patrizio La Pietra, the undersecretary of Masaf, during a meeting held at the ministry with representatives from Agricultural redemption.
La Pietra emphasized that the government is committed to protecting the agricultural sector and will do so with the same level of conviction. A new policy for community agricultural projects is currently being considered, which will have a direct impact on the agricultural industry and its stakeholders.
Farmers are set to benefit greatly from new policies that will soon be introduced by the government. Discussions will begin with regional governments and agricultural organizations to identify supply chains and allocate support interventions to those in need. Additionally, there is currently a plan in development to revise the insurance system to lower insurance costs for farmers, expand coverage and provide farmers with better protection against catastrophic risks.