“The countryside can no longer wait for the times of politics”, with that message begins the statement shared by the Liaison Table after the meeting they held this afternoon at the Buenos Aires headquarters of the Agrarian Federation. The front of rural organizations made explicit the requests that it will take to tomorrow’s meeting with the Minister of Economy in the Inta de Castelar.

The meeting will be attended by the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, the Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Juan José Bahillo, and officials from the Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP), Banco Nación and the Investment and Foreign Trade Bank (BICE). ).

“The Liaison Table will participate in the call because it is a technical work meeting with other organizations to exchange and make proposals in the framework of a day that we have been waiting for more than a month, and making it clear that they are not willing to accompany announcements of any kind or activities of a political nature”, they made clear.

“Minister Massa understands and knows about the problem, that is why he is touring the country trying to provide some help, which does not solve the problem, but shows that he understands the situation,” Nicolás Pino, the head of the Argentine Rural Society, told the departure from the meeting.

“In extreme situations, concrete solutions” was the premise of the Board and that is what they propose, directing the requests to each entity with which they will come into contact tomorrow.

The meeting is scheduled for this Friday at 10 in the morning at the INTA headquarters in Castelar, after changing the meeting place, which was originally going to be in San Pedro.