Frequently Asked Questions - How will an independent Scotland’s interests be prioritised at the Council of Ministers for Agriculture and Fisheries?
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Independence will give Scotland its own voice in Europe, participating at every level in the EU policy process and ensuring the Scottish Government is able to promote and protect Scotland’s national interests in EU affairs. Fishing and agriculture are important sectors of the Scottish economy and will be priority areas for negotiation in the EU.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.