This was stated by García-Page himself, who also assured that he would like to share with Sanchez the vision of national politics and territorial policy from Castilla-La Mancha, so that the State continues to defend the interests and equality of all regions, and because from their land "is not going to consent under any concept any marketing with the independence movement, neither with the Catalan nor with any other", the Board has informed in a press release.
On the table at this meeting, Castilla-La Mancha will also raise the needs of the autonomous community for greater and better financing by the State in terms of health, education and dependency, as well as a fairer distribution of the margins of deficit.
The pending infrastructures on the part of the State will also be part of the agenda of Sánchez and García-Page this Monday at La Moncloa, since the regional president considers it "inevitable" to talk about them so that they are not paralyzed "or in the drawer" and begin to promote them "from Puertollano to Talavera and a multitude of them in the five provinces" of Castilla-La Mancha.
Another of the key issues of the meeting, as pointed out by the regional president, will be the Tajo-Segura transfer, on which Sanchez will transfer the need for the Government to begin to make gestures for a change regarding this infrastructure and the water policy.
"I do not want any ultimatum, but in Castilla-La Mancha we will not be in the foolish soup watching how this Government does the same as the previous one," he said, adding that or gestures that indicate otherwise "or react in proportion".
García-Page has ensured that does not rule out "more important measures" in the medium term in defense of the interests of water in Castilla-La Mancha and has been clear remembering that, as president of the autonomous community, much more is owed to their land that his political party and that, "if someone has doubts, that they are removed from the head".