Since the start of the war in Ukraine in February, Reinoud Nuijten, the Dutch Agricultural Counsellor for Ukraine, has been working from the Netherlands. In the fields of agriculture and horticulture, Ukraine has long been the eternal promise, Nuijten says. “After the war, we may see rapid developments in agriculture and horticulture.”
The fences at the entrance to the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality are high, and the guards are strict. These days, you can’t just walk into this tall building; it’s check, check and double check. The issue of nitrogen emissions is clearly impacting the Bezuidenhoutseweg in The Hague. (..)
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