to'General Association of Self-Employed Transport Drivers and SMEs in Catalonia (AGTC) accused the French authorities of the “negativity” they showed against Farmers' siege It started last weekend. The group confirmed in a statement that the measure was “almost non-existent” and states that the European Union treaties include “the freedom of movement of people, goods and merchandise throughout the territory” and that these protests “represent a severe attack” on “this doctrine. A complaint they announced in the face of the new mobilization and described it as “ Black Monday. AGTC estimates that losses could rise to 10 million euros.
The association states that 40% of the Spanish fleet is dedicated to international transport 26,000 companies and more than 130,000 trucks, Of which, more than 90% must pass through French territory. AGTC estimates that 11,000 trucks cross the border daily via Junquera and about 10,000 via Irun in the Basque Country.
The organization notes that they feel that they are “hostages” of French farmers and that they are using them to increase pressure on governments. It also indicates that the effects reach a
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