Filip Busz is the Head of Unit in the Directorate in charge of the CAP Strategic Plans and Rural Development Policies and is responsible for Greece, Italy, Cyprus and Malta at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development. He has worked since 2017, in different capacities, on rural development policy and its implementation in this Directorate-General. He first joined the European Commission in 2007 at the Directorate-General for Employment and Social Policy. Prior to joining the Commission, he worked at the Polish administration, occupying managerial positions in the departments dealing with the accession of Poland to the European Union and after the accession with the structural and cohesion funds. He earned a Master’s degree in law at the Warsaw University in 1991 and conducted post graduate studies in administration and European integration. He is a Polish national.

Topic: The Challenges of the CAP strategic plan