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Seventh day of farmers' protest: Extended blockade in Novi Sad

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It is the seventh day of farmers' protest in Novi Sad, and currently Mihajla Pupina Boulevard up to the Varadinski Bridge, the intersection of Mihajla Pupina Boulevard and Jevrejska Street, as well as the entire Jevrejska Street up to the Futoška Market, are blocked by tractors, while the Varadinski Bridge is open to traffic.

Let's also add that GSP buses on certain lines have changed routes due to blockades. Lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 14, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64 and 69 operate according to the modified mode.

Farmers are expecting negotiations in the Government of Serbia today. It was decided that five farmers will go to the meeting, and Mile Slankamenac will be the representative of those who are at the protest in Novi Sad.

The Government of Serbia announced that Prime Minister Ana Brnabić will meet with representatives of farmers.

The meeting is in the building of the Government of Serbia, today, August 15, at 10 a.m.

In addition to farmers and the Prime Minister, it will also be attended by oil producers, representatives of trade chains, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, as well as the ministries of agriculture and finance.

Since the beginning of the protest seven days ago, as well as the negotiations that have been going on for weeks and even months, the farmers have reduced their demands a lot and now they have reached a certain minimum that they expect from the Government, and their request to lift the ban on the export of sunflower oil has already been adopted. it says 021.

They thus asked the Government of Serbia to guarantee a minimum price of sunflowers of 700 euros per ton, but they are already ready to accept an offer of 535 euros per ton plus VAT and that this should be the minimum price. Also, the issue of trade margin on the price of edible oil should be regulated.

They also expect an agreement to be reached on reducing the price of fuel for farmers, and in earlier talks representatives of the reaatar have shown their willingness to reduce the price to 20 dinars per liter of fuel. They also expect that the Government will accept allowing farmers to pour fuel into their machines at NIS pumps twice a day, plus a 60-liter canister, and that agro cards are issued according to an accelerated procedure.

It has already been agreed to increase the premiums for milk from 10 to 15 dinars in the next quarter, but it has not yet been officially listed, and it was also agreed that the MUP will not prosecute the protest participants.

The topic of negotiations are also moratoriums on agricultural loans for a period of 12 months and the inclusion of representatives of farmers' associations in working groups dealing with changes in regulations in the field of agriculture.

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