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Spain: Catalan farmers maintain cuts on various roads, including the AP-7

Spain
Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 28, 2024

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Farmers in Catalonia are extending their protest, which includes blocking major traffic routes such as the AP-7 highway, a crucial land link between Spain and France. The protest, originally set to end on Wednesday, is in response to issues concerning imports, bureaucracy, and water management. The Generalitat has activated the Procicat alert plan due to the road closures, and the Mossos d'Esquadra is advising to minimize travel along the affected routes.
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This Wednesday, Catalan farmers maintain the blockade of the traffic routes that they cut yesterday, with the AP-7 highway as the most prominent point, waiting for their requests related to imports, bureaucracy or water management to be attended to. According to the Servei Català de Trànsit, the AP-7, the main land connection between Spain and France, continues to be closed between Borrassà and Vilademuls, as well as the N-II road between Bàscara and Vilamalla and the N-152 in Puigcerdà, with the objective to block the border crossings through the province of Girona. In Lleida, the AP-2 from Aitona to Albatàrrec, the A-2 in Soses and Tàrrega, the A-22 and N-240 in Almacelles, the N-230 in Alfarràs, the N-260 and N-230 in the Les edges section in Pont de Suert, the C-14 in Bassella and the LL-12 in Albatàrrec. The Unió de Pagesos union and the Revolta Pagesa movement already warned this Tuesday that the protest, which was initially supposed to end this Wednesday, would be extended ...
Source: PEefeagro
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