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February 14, 2020

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Bans for Tir in Austria, Italy urges setting up a comparison table. Tyrol replies: we'll back up a millimeter

Platter: We will not remove emergency measures for the fight against transit traffic

"We will not back down an inch." It's this Tyrol's position, at least as stated by the governor of the Auric Land, Gonther Platter, about a possible mitigation of the sectoral transit ban on Tyrolean territory for certain types of goods and some types of trucks, limitation criticized by truckers Italians because - they claim - benefits trade originating or destined for Austria while penalising trade in Transit.

The mitigation of the measures was requested today by the Commissioner for Transport, Adina Valean, to whom Platter little metaphorically slammed the door in his face. "This request -- Platter replied after the meeting with Valean -- is Absurd. We will not remove emergency measures to combat transit traffic - the president of the junta regional Tyrolean - this is the territory we live on i will defend from the German and Italian trade lobbies and European Commission." Platter declared himself "Very disappointed" by the meeting with Adina Valean. That's enough He added: 'We have discussed it enough'.

The EU Commissioner's invitation came after this morning Valean met with the Italian Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Paola De Micheli, during a survey of the Brenner Base Tunnel at Fortress. About the bans transit system on the Austrian side, De Micheli reiterated the Italian government's position: 'unilateral decisions' explained -- they are neither productive nor acceptable. European principles of free movement must be respected people and goods.' On the Italian side, it was proposed the establishment of a working table for proposals and solutions that can be shared countries concerned.

If the President of the Province of Bolzano, Arno Kompatscher, present at the inspection, agreed that "the objective is to find shared solutions in the sign of a common transport policy, which neighbouring regions join and as many partners as possible,' Kompatscher said however also reaffirmed understanding for the government's position "Although," he said, "there are no such services as there. concrete alternatives. And for that very reason -- he added -- now it's cross-border solutions.' "We must think and structure the Brenner corridor ," he said. commented also the provincial councillor for Mobility, Daniel Alfreider - "In a logic that knows how to combine well-being with that of the economy. It's not thinkable to continue as in the past. It would not be understandable or province, nor for municipalities that are along the axis Brenner."

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