On February 12, 24 hours after activists locked locked Agrexco storage areas, more than a hundred activists marched on Liege airport in Belgium. Activists from Belgium were joined by French activists, who collectively marched to the airport where they gathered to protest the unloading and shipping of Agrexco flowers.
The company Agrexco is the largest exporter of illegal settlement products, profiting from settlement and land theft primarily in the Jordan Valley. Each year, on Valentine’s Day, the company earns large profits selling flowers that arrive Bierset and are sold under different labels, concealing their true origin.
Protestors gathered in front of CAL-LACHS Cargo Air Lines Air Cargo-Liege Handling Services, which is responsible for shipping Agrexco projects.
In support of the Belgian marchers, French activists of BDS France, AFPS Lille, the CCIPPP and the Coalition against Agrexco made the trip. At the request of the Belgian organizers, a representative of the Coalition against Agrexco spoke to remind the European dimension of the fight against Agrexco and invite walkers to take part in the struggles against European Forum Agrexco to be held in June in Montpellier.
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