Farmers Estonia believe that the damage from the Russian embargo taking into account the indirect impact could reach 150 million euros, in addition to the damage from pradamano, on the country's agricultural sector had a negative impact and consequences of African swine fever.
on the first day of the week Estonian farmers took to the Streets of Tallinn to protest against the agrarian policy of the country, reports " news Agency ".
The streets were blocked because of the pillars of agricultural machinery on their way to the Parliament building. The Parliament building was built over a hundred tractors, decorated with posters " Looking for a job in the city ", " Pig in need of immediate assistance ", " Pigs disappeared. The queue for cows?". In June, the EU Council formally extended punishment against Russia for another six months – until 31 January 2016. In addition, on 19 June, the Council of the European Union officially confirmed the extension of sanctions on Crimea and Sevastopol until June 23, 2016. The Russian President Vladimir Putin, for his part, said the signing of the decree on the extension of protective measures from 6 August 2015, and the Cabinet of Ministers of Russia issued a decree on the renewal of countermeasures relative to the countries that supported anti-Russian punishment. Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine.