Tractors clog Dutch streets as farmers & builders protest over govt’s nitrogen policy | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Tractors clog Dutch streets as farmers & builders protest over govt’s nitrogen policy

Dutch farmers and builders are protesting throughout the country over the government’s nitrogen emissions policy, causing major traffic disruptions as demonstrators maneuver heavy machinery along major routes.

The protesters have managed to block some roads for a time with slow-moving or parked convoys of vehicles, including the A1 highway near the German border.

In other places, police have blocked off access to activists. The roads to local government buildings in the city of Groningen have been closed by police to block protesters. Farmers forced their way into the building during similar protests in October.

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