In France, declared war on bedbugs

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — In France, at the federal level, began the fight against bed bugs. The head of the French Ministry of Housing, Julien Denormandie, said that this disaster worries politicians to such an extent that it already deserves a government plan.

Julien Denormandie launches a parasite control plan, informs Edition of 20 Minutes.

Bedbugs were almost destroyed in the country in the middle of the 20th century, but now the ministry has recognized that the problem has not disappeared. To control harmful insects, the government launched a special campaign and website.

The first to speak of the need for total extermination of bedbugs was the ex-candidate for mayor of Paris, Benjamin Grieve, a year ago. Then he advocated the creation of a “municipal public service” against bedbugs.

The Minister of Environment and Agriculture of Georgia Levan Davitashvili said that the campaign against marble bugs that damaged walnut plantations and orchards was successful.

Denormandie separately noted that the local authorities managed to protect nut crops and get a quality crop.


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