Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli stated that the results of IPARD-II European Union Rural Development Supports 6th Application Call, Group 4 and 8th Call for Application 1. Group results are certain, and a total of 138 million lira grants will be provided to 120 projects that are entitled to receive support in this context.
Minister Pakdemirli stated that they continue to support the investments in the countryside with the understanding of “on-site production, on-site processing and on-site development” as ministry.
In this context, Pakdemirli stated that they provided grants between 42 and 16 percent to investments in 40 sectors in 70 provinces through the Agriculture and Rural Development Support Institution within the scope of IPARD-II in order to develop rural areas, prevent migration to the city, support women and young entrepreneurs and contribute to employment. he said:
“The 8th group results of the projects deemed eligible under the 2019th Application Call Notice published on May 6, 4 within the framework of the IPARD II Program implemented by our Agriculture and Rural Development Support Institution, and the 25st group results of the projects deemed eligible under the 2019th Application Call Notice published on 8 November 1 are determined. it was.
In the Diversification of Farm Activities and Business Development measures, 33 projects have been completed in the Investments in Physical Assets Related to Processing and Marketing of Agricultural and Fishery Products and 105 projects have been approved by the "Project Evaluation and Selection Commission" and the process of signing the grant contracts has started.
A total of 138 million liras will be provided to 120 projects approved in these two groups. Thanks to this grant, a total investment of 290 million TL will be made in the countryside.
Of the Projects Explained in Diversification of Farm Activities and Business Development Measures; 15 of them are diversification of vegetative production, processing and packaging of herbal products, 7 are craftsmanship and value added products investment, 8 are rural tourism and recreation activities investment, and 3 are renewable energy investments.
Projects Disclosed in the Investments on Physical Assets Related to Processing and Marketing of Agricultural and Fishery Products; It includes 60 milk processing plants and milk collection centers, 9 red meat processing and slaughterhouses, 4 poultry meat processing and slaughterhouses, 2 fisheries processing, 30 fruit and vegetable processing and cold storage investments. "
Minister Pakdemirli, of projects approved under both calls www.tkdk.gov.t is He said that he was publicly disclosed on his web address.