French farm organizations, including the young farmers’ union and FNSEA representing local agricultural unions, have threatened to block Paris indefinitely starting from 2 pm on Monday. The blockade aims to push for improved working and living conditions. Farmers from Lot-et-Garonne plan to block Rungis, a major food market near Paris. French police, deploying 15,000 officers, armored vehicles, and helicopters, will ensure access to the capital, airports, and Rungis market. Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin emphasized a peaceful approach, protecting public buildings and facilitating safe travel for foreign haulage trucks. Despite Prime Minister Gabriel Attal’s concessions, FNSEA head Arnaud Rousseau notes that only some of the union’s 122 demands were addressed.