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Sánchez promises to strengthen the food chain law in the face of complaints from the countryside and rejects "anti-Europeanism"

MADRID, 7 Feb.

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Sánchez promises to strengthen the food chain law in the face of complaints from the countryside and rejects "anti-Europeanism"

MADRID, 7 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has committed this Wednesday to strengthening the food chain law, which prohibits sales at a loss, in response to the efforts that agricultural organizations are carrying out these days in Spain due to the situation in the countryside. , while rejecting that the recipe for protests is "climate denialism" and "anti-Europeanism."

In the first control session of the year in the Plenary Session of Congress, the president answered questions from Vox and ERC about the agrarian protests. In response to the criticism made by Santiago Abascal, Sánchez has assured that the Government "is with the countryside", and that, proof of this, are the meetings that the Minister of Agriculture, Luis Planas, has recently held with different agricultural associations to analyze the situation of the sector.

Likewise, he highlighted in his speech that since 2022, 1,380 million euros have been deployed in direct aid, another 2,800 million euros for the modernization of irrigation in Spain and 4,800 million euros in aid to agricultural holdings linked to the Common Agricultural Policy. (PAC).