Representative of Martin’s commuters in It’s the truth: The blockade on Wednesday will be. You will find us on the border with Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic – Domestic – News

They feel forgotten by the government. “We are not interested in them, and there are tens of thousands of us. It is a great disappointment for us, “says Juraj Martina, a representative of Slovaks living on the border, to the politician in the program It’s About the Truth.

VIDEO: Watch the debate between Mária Hlucháňová and Juraj Martini in the program Ide o pravdu.

The political agreement on the price of the antigen test, which the coalition allegedly reached on Monday, means nothing to Slovaks living at the border.

“Unvaccinated people must have a PCR test, and many do not have the means to do so,” Juraj Martiny, a representative of commuters, said in the program Ide o pravdy.

He criticizes the government and the chief hygienist for not being interested in Slovaks living on the border for a year and a half. “We have no status to follow in the long run. It’s chaotic and people are tired and very disappointed, “he added.

He would consider the situation when the unvaccinated would cross the Slovak border without tests as an ideal situation: “We come from countries that have much higher vaccinations and are therefore safer.”

In Martina’s show, he admitted that they had only met once with the Minister of Health, Vladimír Lengvarský (nom. OĽaNO), and they did not agree on regular meetings.

He confirmed Wednesday’s blocking of border crossings with Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic. They should be supported in protests by some political parties, but also by OZ KOVO. “The participation was promised by the non-parliamentary Hlas and ĽSNS, but we turned to all political parties,” said Juraj Martiny.

What do they expect from the protests? Do ordinances perceive it as a pressure to vaccinate? How many people are unvaccinated on the border, and why? You can find out the answers in the program It’s About the Truth with a representative of Slovaks living on the border Juraj Martiny.

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