German restauranteurs protest with pots and pans
They made noise and set up chairs and tables in front of the state parliament in Düsseldorf. They called their economic situation a "catastrophe" and predicted that many restaurants and bars will close down if state aid does not arrive soon.
At the protest, Mohamed Boudih, the union leader of the restaurant industry "NGG" in North Rhine-Westphalia, said she was calling on politicians to come up with a plan for the reopening of restaurants.
The manager of Berlin's traditional restaurant and bar Staendigevertretung or Permanent Mission in relation to an embassy said his company had not yet received any financial support for November and December.
"Now in March we are in our fifth blocking month and including the first blocking month, which will soon last more than seven months. We urgently need a plan when we can reopen," said Joern Peter Brinkmann.
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