Dacian Ciolos was in Tunis for the first time to talk about Agriculture and Aleca in a round table

Dacian Ciolos in Tunis for the first time to talk about Agriculture and Aleca in a round table organised by MDI, Synagri and KAS.

For Mr. Ciolos, these negotiations are a moment of truth during which Tunisia sets the choices of sectors and the pace of negotiations, which requires good preparation with impact studies on society and the territory.

For this expert in agriculture, the aim is to answer the following questions: what model of agriculture should Tunisia aim for in 15 or 20 years’ time? Which sectors and structures should be protected? What kind of financial assistance should be requested for 5 or 10 years? What are the target markets for Tunisian products?

Mr. Dacian Ciolos was a member of the European Commission from 2010 to 2014, being Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development.

On 17 November 2015, he became Prime Minister, heading a technocratic government, replacing Victor Ponta. He left office on 4 January 2017, after the Social Democratic Party won the parliamentary elections.

Mr. Ciolos returned to the political scene with a new political party, Romania Together.

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