Following the controversial animal killing plan, the European Commission has approved the Danish government to provide mink fur producers with a total of 1.75 billion euros in aid because it fears the spread of covida-19.
EU Competition Commissioner Margarethe Vestager (Margarethe Vestager) said on Wednesday that the government will use the program to make up for the losses of mink breeders and other companies in the fur industry.
Vestager added: “To prevent similar situations from happening again in 2021, the government has banned the cultivation of mink until early 2022.”
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced in November last year that he would wipe out all nerves on the farm. The government explained that the coronavirus will mutate in animals and spread to humans.
After the corpse began to emerge from the shallow pit of the burial, these killed animals became the focus of people again. At the end of this year, the Danish Parliament voted to excavate it and delete it. The remains should be burned before mid-July.