Hungary tightens rules limiting GMO crops

The ministry of rural development on Tuesday welcomed a law on GMO-related activities, unanimously passed, which maximises chances of the country remaining GMO-free. Parliament on Monday approved the amendment with 366 votes in favour, with no votes against and no abstentions. The new regulations will place a strict limit on genetically modified crops in Hungary which are currently authorised by the European Union, as well as potential future GMOs, the ministry said.

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