Soria met with packers of fruits – News of the Coast – NoticiasNet

He also visited the Association for the protection of Animals of Villa Regina.

The national representative for the Frente para la Victoria, María Emilia Soria visited Villa Regina, and held a meeting with entrepreneurs in the packaging and with members of a protective association of animals.

Next to the legislator provincial Louis Albrieu, and councilman Maximilian Garré, Soria was received at the Chamber of Commerce of the city valletana by Frank Susca, president of the entity.

There he spoke with the packers about the critical situation facing the sector and went along with them in the development of various initiatives to respond to the issues raised.

In this sense, the parliamentarian who seeks the renewal of its banking said, “There is much to do, not only in terms of the stage of production of the fruit but also in what it has to do with the incentive of the domestic consumption of pears and apples. Therefore, we will continue to insist until the governments provincial and national listen to our proposals and decide to put them into practice.”

Later, the representative peronist toured the Protective Association of Animals of Villa Regina (APAN), where he made a donation of food for the more than 130 dogs from the street that live there, waiting to be adopted.

The activities of APAN, including castration of animals, are coordinated by the veterinary Mariana Bustos and develop from the assistance of a group of neighbors in solidarity who work and make contributions on a voluntary basis.

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