Those from USR and Forţa Dreptei remembered that they had read in the “Historical Almanac” when they were small that Romania was once the breadbasket of Europe and submitted the simple motion “From the breadbasket of Europe to the shame of Europe. Minister Daea is knowingly destroying Romanian agriculture”. First of all, Romania is no longer the breadbasket of Europe, and secondly, it was not Mr. Daea who started to destroy our agriculture, but his rule only continues the action of destruction started years ago by others. Beyond the fact that Romania did not know how to negotiate subsidies for agriculture in Brussels, the burning issue on the agenda is represented by grain shipments that should transit Romania and not stop on the territory of our country, flooding the market and bankrupting the local producers who sit and watch their crops lie unsold and become unusable.
In relation to this situation, the signatories of the motion argue that the “missing of support from Brussels to compensate the losses” regarding the shipments of grain products from Ukraine was the spark that ignited the spirits among the farmers, who resorted to extensive protests against Minister Daea . However, it is not about negotiating the value of the compensations, which is anyway minimal for all the states where the grains from Ukraine end up. And Mr. Daea was not the main target of the protests. The farmers did not stand up against a single person, but against the agricultural policy of a State that does not know how to defend its interests. Maybe those at the USR still think that the farmers are some rough men dressed in overalls and shod with rubber boots that smell like dung and who with the black under their fingernails could paint all the black balls that the Opposition would put on the table Powers. However, farmers have evolved a lot and understand extremely well what is happening and why it is happening.
It’s normal that Petrea Daea has to go, because in 2023 you can’t run a ministry from a European Union member country just by eating cheese and onion with the peasants, petting the sheep at the fairs and laughing with your mouth full of dirt at the jokes made by the barn owners. However, the current unfortunate situation of Romanian farmers is not only the responsibility of the Minister of Agriculture, whoever he may be, but is closely related to the country’s foreign policy, something indirectly recognized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In a recent press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from Bucharest, written in impeccable wooden language, it is shown that in a telephone conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart, Dmytro Kuleba, Minister Bogdan Aurescu “evoked the facilitation, by our country, of the export of almost 15 million tons of grain and other agricultural products from Ukraine. Minister Bogdan Aurescu assured that Romania will continue to provide all possible support to Ukraine in this regard, in the context of the war of aggression launched by the Russian Federation, as long as it is necessary. In this context, Minister Bogdan Aurescu highlighted the concern of the Romanian Government to find solutions for the problems encountered by Romanian farmers as a result of the entry of Ukrainian products on the Romanian market and emphasized the importance of rigorously ensuring the traceability of products transiting Romania, to ensure that all agricultural products destined for third countries that enter Romania will leave our country to destinations established in other countries”.
Anyone can become Minister of Agriculture with such a snowball-type foreign policy, because the result would be the same.
If the USR really wants to prove that it fully understands the situation, that it is really a man and that it is not just trying to get a little sympathy from public opinion, it should file a simple motion against the minister as well of External.
But, slim chances, because there are salon boys at the USR and they don’t get to deal with someone who smells like cigarettes that they smoke tactically around the European chancelleries, where the USERists dream of reaching again. Anyway, many people see, few people understand, so it’s much easier to just take someone who smells like cheese and onions.
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