Farmer fury hits Germany
Tensions between agriculture sector, environmentalists come to head at Berlin’s annual ‘Green Week’ trade fair.× Copy URL Tractors are lined up along the 17th of June street (Strasse des 17. Juni) and a banner reads ‘Without farmers there is no food’ at a protest against the German government’s agricultural policy on the sidelines of the 94th International Green Week (Gruene Woche) agricultural fair in Berlin yesterday. – AFP pic, January 18, 2020. FROM grumpy beekeepers dumping honey on politicians’ doorsteps to furious farmers holding up traffic, increasing tensions between farmers and environmentalists have overshadowed the opening of the biggest show on Germany’s agriculture calendar. Thousands of tractors descended on cities across Germany yesterday at the opening of Berlin’s annual “Green Week” trade fair, as the farmers’ collective Land schafft Verbindung (LSV) railed against tightening regulations. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access! Read more: TheMalaysianInsight
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