The Liaison Table continued with the meetings it had planned with the governors. This noon they met with the governor of Salta, Gustavo Saenz, who also agreed that the government-imposed stocks of meat exports are harmful to production.
“In Casa de Salta, we met with the Liaison Board to analyze the productive activities carried out in our province. In addition, we addressed strategic issues in the agro-industrial sector,” the Salta president said on his social network.
On the side of the field, they were Nicolas Pino, President of the Argentine Rural Society, Carlos Achetoni, President of the Argentine Agrarian Federation, Gabriel of Raedemaeker, vice president of Argentine Rural Confederations and Elbio Laucirica, interim president of Coninagro.
“We continue working to solve the problems that afflict the producers and seek alternative solutions together,” added the Peronist Sáenz.
The ruralistas had so far met with the governors Gustavo Valdes, from Corrientes, Jorge Capitanich, from Chaco, and Alberto Rodríguez Saá, from San Luis.
“A very positive meeting, the same result as other governors we have been talking to. Share the harmfulness of the closure of meat exports. In addition, he focused on the need to have provincial representatives who defend the interests of the provinces. We have agreed on the concepts of the CEEA, “said de Raedemaeker after the meeting.
“It is incomprehensible that the export market continues and that the government insists on continuing with measures with which we all lose: producers, consumers, the country and the government itself,” said Pino.
And he added: “The field has to be heard, we have clear data on how these measures applied to the meat market, they have to be eliminated. “