Danish GMO plans threatened by divisions in Council

Ed Bray
Europolitics

Continued opposition from a number of member states, including France and Germany, to changes to rules on the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops could force the Danish EU Presidency to abandon its efforts to reach a compromise at the Environment Council, on 9 March. At a meeting of the member states’ permanent representatives, on 28 February, the blocking minority of France, Germany, Sweden and Belgium said the compromise proposals from the Danish Presidency were legally unsound, could renationalise GMO approvals and disrupt the internal market.

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