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2018.05.22

Study visit of the Azerbaijani delegation in Lithuania

Category - About NPA

Last week the National Paying Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture (NPA) received a delegation from Azerbaijan. Azerbaijani delegation visited Lithuania under the EU Technical Assistance project “Implementation of the support to rural and regional development (SRRD) programme in the Republic of Azerbaijan”.  
 
 

2018.04.19

The fifth RECAP project meeting was held in Greece

Category - About NPA

The fifth meeting of the Horizon 2020 RECAP project was held at the premises of the Greek Paying Agency (Hellenic Payment and Control Agency for Guidance and Guarantee Community Aids – OPEKEPE), in Athens on 19-20 March 2018. The project is implemented by the international consortium of 10 partners including the National Paying Agency (NPA), Lithuania. 
 

2018.03.30

NPA will participate in an international study on...

Category - About NPA

National Paying Agency has expressed the will and has an opportunity to participate in international IACS Study called “Analysis of Administrative Burden Arising from the CAP “.

2018.03.28

For your information – the NPA annual report 2017

Category - About NPA

The National Paying Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture (NPA) is the only accredited institution, administering the EU and national support for agriculture, rural development and fisheries.
 

2018.02.28

The number of farmers’ inspections will be reduced by...

Category - Direct payments and support for declared areas

This year the National Paying Agency in cooperation with the State Food and Veterinary Service (SFVS) is planning to reduce by 25 per cent the number of on-the-spot checks related to control of compliance with the requirements for keeping farm animals.

2018.01.31

EU support for farmers affected by natural disaster has...

Category - General information

The European Commission (EC) has approved Implementing Regulation No. 2018/108, in which it designated 9.12 million euros’ support for Lithuanian farmers affected by the long-lasting rains and floods.