Greece-wide protests: Farmers on tractors to block highways and national roads

Baku, January 23 AZERTAC

Farmers are angry about their taxation and their social security contributions. And they launch protests across the country. Hundreds of tractors moved on Monday morning to block highway and national roads in an effort to put pressure on the government to take back the measures that mean economic death.

According to Keep Talking, farmers from Tyrnavos, Central Greece, are expected to set the first blockade Monday noon, farmers from Karditsa, Trikala, Farsala, Larisa have scheduled to go out on the streets on Thursday.

The protests and the blockades are to take place from South on the island of Crete and Peloponnese to the North in Central and East Macedonia and from East mainland like Magnisia to the West like Aitoloakarnania and Epirus.

Farmers protest may disturb traffic on Greece’s highways and national roads.

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