Suárez-Quiñones expresses satisfaction with wolf decision in Europe
Junta de Castilla y León Minister of Environment, Housing and Regional Planning, Juan Carlos Suarez – QuinonesThe four communities of northwestern Spain – Castilla y León, Galicia, Cantabria and Asturias – showed their satisfaction with the settlement of the agreement. European Parliament about the protection status of the wolf.
Suárez-Quiñones confirmed in a statement that the Spanish Government is “the opposite of what the European Parliament proposed”, which asked the European Commission on Thursday to change Spain’s status. protection from wolves and bears finding the right balance between protecting livestock from their attacks and coexistence of humans, livestock and large carnivores, especially rural areas.
Taking this into account, the consultant requested the central executive to “take into account the agreement of the manager”. european room and repeal the ministerial order listing the wolf. leprosy“.
For Castilla y Leon, Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria, this initiative of the European Parliament presupposes “recognition of the arguments that have always been defended by these autonomous governments of northwestern Spain”, which are responsible for governing more than 95 percent of the country. Spanish wolf population”.
Juan Carlos Suárez-Quiñones recalled that this was a request Castilla y León had “worked on for a long time”. the European Parliament and its political groups to “support potential deal”.
“The four autonomous communities have repeatedly protested the inclusion of the wolf in Lespre – this has prevented the communities from continuing to manage and control the growing wolf population in recent years – and now Europe agrees with us, nothing Juan Carlos Suárez-Quiñones, European Parliament’ He underlined the will of the people, represented by the deputies, less than that, which showed that the Spanish Government was moving in the opposite direction to the European parliamentary will.
For the consultant, the defense of broad livestock interests “requires” the wolf to seek active management models that “help cattle and wolf coexist,” but he regrets the inclusion of the wolf. Lespre “ended with this balance.
Now, according to Suárez-Quiñones, the councilors of these four communities hope that this decision will be “considered by those in charge of the Spanish Government” and that Teresa Ribera, Minister of Ecological Transition and Retro Demography, will “reconsider their position”. “Going beyond what the European directives require and of course what is demanded in this resolution of the European Parliament”.
“All this, advocated by the autonomous communities and now approved by the European Parliament, is for farmers, to protect the rural environment so that a way of life does not come to an end in our community and in the northwest of Spain”, concluded Suárez-Quiñones.
head Castile and Leon meetingAlfonso Fernández Mañueco evaluated the European Parliament’s decision to request a review of the wolf’s conservation status, which led him to request a correction from the president. StatePedro Sánchez, because, according to him, this European determination gives him “more than a blow to the head”.
Mañueco touched on this issue after signing a cooperation agreement covering various public services with Isabel Díaz Ayuso, president of the Community of Madrid.
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