Thousands of farmers protest against EU agricultural policies in Poland

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Thousands of farmers demonstrated in the capital Warsaw to draw attention to the problems they face due to agricultural policies.

The farmers left their tractors at home and marched to Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s office.

The farmers said that grain and food from Ukraine had devalued the domestic market and demanded a halt to imports of these products.

The government should withdraw from the EU’s Green Deal program, the farmers said.

Farmer protests in Europe

Farmers in many EU countries, including Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Poland, Hungary and Greece, are reacting to recent agricultural policies.

Farmers across Europe have criticized the Union’s agricultural policies, complex market regulations, nature restoration targets, cuts in subsidies, high energy, fuel and fertilizer costs, restrictions on the use of fertilizers and pesticides, cheap cereals from Ukraine and water saving measures.

Farmers in the EU are heavily critical of the Union’s agricultural policies, nature restoration targets, subsidy cuts, high energy, fuel and fertilizer costs as a result of the Russia-Ukraine war, cheap cereals from Ukraine and water saving measures.

Farmers criticize the EU for “making agricultural production more difficult by imposing strict rules on the use of carbon fertilizers and pesticides under the Green Deal.”


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