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Dutch Farmers Declare No Progress After First Sit Down with Govt, Vow ‘Stronger’ Actions

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The Dutch farmers have characterised the first round of negotiations with Prime Minister Mark Rutte as disappointing, with some declaring “stronger” actions will follow the meeting.

On Friday, the first round of talks were held in Utrecht between major farming organisations including LTO, which represents around 35,000 farmers, and the globalist government of Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his hand-picked “mediator”, former deputy prime minister Johan Remkes.

Rutte apologised to the farmers, according to public broadcaster RTV Drenthe, for causing “great confusion” over the so-called “nitrogen card”, laying out the areas that would have to cease farming activity as a result of the EU-based ‘wildlife protection’ scheme that the Dutch government has used to justify plans to cut nitrogen emissions in half by 2030…

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