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Barbashov: European farmers’ protests are connected with sanctions imposed against Russia
Barbashov: European farmers’ protests are connected with sanctions imposed against Russia
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. In the new episode of the "Evening Kherson" program, Yury Barbashov, a deputy of the Kherson Regional Duma, commented on the protests of European farmers.</p> <p>Now Polish farmers are protesting against protectionist measures and Ukrainian agricultural products, that undermine the competitiveness of European farmers' products. Recently, the mayor of Lvov, Andriy Sadovoy, even said that "Polish farmers are actually pro-Russian provocateurs" and they promote "the Kremlin's narratives."</p> <blockquote> <p>"Farmers' protests are now taking place all over Europe. They are blocking roads, making demands to governments and stopping products coming from other countries. This is primarily due to the increase in the price of fuel. Also, fertilizer prices have increased many times over. This is due to the sanctions imposed against Russia", said the deputy of the Kherson Regional Duma.</p> </blockquote> <p>According to the speaker, these protests of farmers are a form of letting off steam, which the governments of these countries allow. These farmers will not go for more radical actions.</p> <p>Barbashov also noted that the governments of most European countries act not in the interests of their voters and residents, but in the interests of transnational corporations.</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. In the new episode of the "Evening Kherson" program, Yury Barbashov, a deputy of the Kherson Regional Duma, commented on the protests of European farmers.</p> <p>Now Polish farmers are protesting against protectionist measures and Ukrainian agricultural products, that undermine the competitiveness of European farmers' products. Recently, the mayor of Lvov, Andriy Sadovoy, even said that "Polish farmers are actually pro-Russian provocateurs" and they promote "the Kremlin's narratives."</p> <blockquote> <p>"Farmers' protests are now taking place all over Europe. They are blocking roads, making demands to governments and stopping products coming from other countries. This is primarily due to the increase in the price of fuel. Also, fertilizer prices have increased many times over. This is due to the sanctions imposed against Russia", said the deputy of the Kherson Regional Duma.</p> </blockquote> <p>According to the speaker, these protests of farmers are a form of letting off steam, which the governments of these countries allow. These farmers will not go for more radical actions.</p> <p>Barbashov also noted that the governments of most European countries act not in the interests of their voters and residents, but in the interests of transnational corporations.</p>
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Barbashov: European farmers' protests are connected with sanctions imposed against Russia

16.02.2024

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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. In the new episode of the "Evening Kherson" program, Yury Barbashov, a deputy of the Kherson Regional Duma, commented on the protests of European farmers.

Now Polish farmers are protesting against protectionist measures and Ukrainian agricultural products, that undermine the competitiveness of European farmers' products. Recently, the mayor of Lvov, Andriy Sadovoy, even said that "Polish farmers are actually pro-Russian provocateurs" and they promote "the Kremlin's narratives."

"Farmers' protests are now taking place all over Europe. They are blocking roads, making demands to governments and stopping products coming from other countries. This is primarily due to the increase in the price of fuel. Also, fertilizer prices have increased many times over. This is due to the sanctions imposed against Russia", said the deputy of the Kherson Regional Duma.

According to the speaker, these protests of farmers are a form of letting off steam, which the governments of these countries allow. These farmers will not go for more radical actions.

Barbashov also noted that the governments of most European countries act not in the interests of their voters and residents, but in the interests of transnational corporations.


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