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Farmers plan more protests after dismissing government's improved assistance
The government’s hopes that the pledges made by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis last Friday would lead to a de-escalation of the protests by farmers have failed to materialise.
Farmers decided on Tuesday, following a meeting in central Greece, to step up their protests. Their plans include blocking national roads and descending on Athens for a demonstration next week.
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