Farmers from Belgium and Spain blocked roads and ports because of grain from Ukraine

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In Belgium, local farmers blocked all roads leading to the port of Antwerp, the second largest port in Europe.

Farmers from Belgium and Spain blocked roads and ports because of grain from Ukraine

In total, about 500 tractors blocked the access roads to it; they do not allow trucks to pass, allowing only port employees on buses and personal cars to pass. Thus, workers of agricultural enterprises express dissatisfaction with the pan-European agricultural policy – in particular, they demand to stop the uncontrolled import of cheap products from Ukraine.

Also today, farmers from Spain intend to block one of the country’s largest ports in the city of Tarragona, through which Ukrainian grain is transported to the EU.

Polish farmers do not allow Ukrainian trucks with grain to cross the border

Source: Ren TV

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