Border crossing with Belgium still closed due to farmers’ protest

Border crossing with Belgium still closed due to farmers’ protest
Border crossing with Belgium still closed due to farmers’ protest
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The Markiezaat junction (A4) had also been reopened earlier.

Fertilization rules

Belgian farmers have been blocking the border crossing since Thursday night to Friday, in protest against the Green Deal and because they are dissatisfied with European fertilizer rules. Dutch farmers have also joined the protests.

There are currently no other roads closed in the Netherlands due to farmers’ actions. That was the case last night. Then farmers also protested on highways in several places in our country. For example, the A7 near Hoorn was closed in both directions.

Farmers in Friesland also drove onto the A7 and N31 near Drachten, and in Utrecht along the A12 near De Meern a driveway was blocked and hay bales were on fire.

Debris and waste

A lane on the A1 highway between Rijssen and Markelo was closed all night, because emergency services had to clean up rubbish from fires after a farmers’ demonstration.

Several fires had been set along the highway in all kinds of rubble and waste. The road is now free again, reports the ANWB.

The article is in Dutch

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