The head of the French farmers' union Jeunes agriculteurs, Maxime Buzard, said that on the night of Monday, January twenty-ninth, he plans to blockade the French capital of Paris and its suburbs due to the government's failure to comply with the demands put forward by the protesters.
How NBN reports that Buzard said this on BFMTV.
As Buzard said, the head of the French government, Gabriel Attal, “did not listen to the demands of the farmers.” That is why the farmers decided to “change the method” of protest and “organize a blockade of Paris and the inner suburbs of the French capital.”
Finally, the head of the farmers’ union added that on the night from Thursday to Friday they had about ten blocking points around Paris. However, what will happen next week will be much bigger and stronger.
The lockdown will last at least 5 days, and this will be an opportunity for Parisians to understand that they need farmers for their livelihood and that the capital is not self-sufficient.
Recall that earlier President Macron said that France is ready to continue to support Ukraine.