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Vienna Naschmarkt: climate activists stuck

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The participants glued themselves to the lanes of the Getreidemarkt, Friedrichstrasse and the Rechte Wienzeile, with corresponding consequences for early traffic. According to the ÖAMTC, these were limited for the time being. Immediately after the start of the action, the police began to remove the first activists from the road, spokeswoman Barbara Gass said.

A meter-high yellow X was erected at the otherwise busy intersection – a sign of solidarity with Lützerath, a German village that is to make way for lignite mining. A brass band in orange safety vests provided entertainment, reported the spokesman for the “Last Generation”, Florian Wagner. The government was asked, “Where is your climate plan?”

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For the time being there were no major traffic jams in the morning traffic, which was quite quiet for a Friday, said ÖAMTC spokesman Marc Römer on request. On the Rechtse Wienzeile the cars stood back up to the Kettenbrückengasse, on the former Zweierlinie up to the Volkstheater. There was also slow traffic and traffic jams on the alternative routes in the immediate vicinity.

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