Farmers determined not to step back
The meeting between representatives of farmers and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is scheduled to take place on Monday noon.
The government is preparing proposals which include improvements on the social security and tax reforms, while the farmers are still blocking the roads.
The farmers of Nikaia roadblock continue to be against the meeting with the prime minister, while they have also called all farmers to participate in a new meeting on Sunday to decide on whether they will meet with Mr. Tsipras.
The Tempi Valley is still closed, while farmers will open the road on Monday.
The farmers at the roadblock of Mikrothives, in central Greece, said they will participate in the talks with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras scheduled for Monday.
They will be represented by three farmers who are participating in the road block: Christos Pantsios, Miltos Basdanis and Fanis Prassas.
According to information, talks in Athens will center on the proposals submitted jointly by the farmers in Mikrothives, Tempi Valley and other regions of the country.
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