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Meeting about the wolves in the Långbogenreviret

2020-01-27T22:55:05.344Z

On Monday evening, a meeting was held about the wolf couple and their puppies in the Långbogenreviret. The newly formed Network for a Safe Rural in Northern Östergötland had its first public meeting.



There were hundreds of people at the meeting. The overwhelming majority came from the area and everyone agreed that the wolves in the Långbogenreviret north of Roxen and southwest of Finspång must be limited, but there is still no common position on what should be done with the wolves.

Dan Franzén is one of the founders of the network.

Hear his view of the wolves in the video above.

One of those who attended the meeting was Caroline Rolander and for her and her family the wolf establishment has had consequences.

Hear and see Caroline Rolander in the video below.

The network had also invited politicians. From the Riksdag there were Magnus Oscarsson (KD), Magnus Ek (C), Johan Löfstrand (S), John Widegren (M) and from the municipality of Finspång there were several local politicians in place, including the municipal council's chairman Ulrika Jeansson (S). All politicians agreed that the County Administrative Board should allow shelter on the wolf in the area.

Hear and see Ulrika Jeansson (S) in the video below.

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Listen and see Magnus Ek (C) in the video below.

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