This was announced by the vice president, spokesperson and adviser of Transparency, Land Management and External Action, Francisco Igea, in the press conference following the Governing Council where he has realized his trip to Brussels where he has moved the "serious concern" of the Board before the possibility that Castilla y León may be left out of the funds for the mining regions when, as he recalled, he has "done his homework".
Igea has been hopeful that the European Commissioner can visit Castilla y León "in the coming months" so that she can meet the needs of this territory.
The spokesman has also taken the opportunity to charge against the absence of the Minister for Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera, at the meetings held this week in Brussels where, in his words, he should have defended the interests of the communities that, like Castilla and León, they have done their homework.
"It is regrettable the absence of the Minister for the Ecological Transition," Igea reiterated that she has accused Ribera of having left the Spanish state without representation in those forums, a decision that the Board does not understand before the "importance" of the funds That are at stake. In this sense, he has ironic about the visit of the minister on the 15th to El Bierzo.
On the other hand, he has also taken the opportunity to clarify that his absence in the plenary of the Courts last Tuesday, precisely because of that trip to Brussels, was duly communicated at the meeting of the Board of Spokespersons last Thursday, and has considered some did not find out – in reference to the spokesperson of the Mixed Group, Pablo Fernández, of Podemos – because they were not even "bothered to call."
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