largeHis farmer thought he could expand the land a few meters in secret. Don’t expect French fans, true sentinels of local history, they can determine the historical markers of French-Belgian relations and the boundaries between neighbors. A case two centuries ago could have turned into a diplomatic event.
In Belgium, a farmer who owns a land bordering France recently moved an old stone monument marking the precise location of the border, encroaching on certain areas of the French village of Bousignies-sur-Roc (North). And in fact, in ignoring the 1820 international treaty, it restricted the scope of the country’s development.
David Lavaux, the Belgian mayor (mayor) of Erquelinnes, where the bold owner is located, confirmed the local media reports in northern France. do not Voice of the North.
This Belgian resident, a farmer, who recently became the owner of some hectares of the woods of Busigny (France), apparently wanted to take the advantage of the tranquility of the place and further expand his land, reporting that Belgium was elected to AFP-by (AFP ). “Moving the terminal back to 2.20 meters, obviously expanding his property”, Said David Lavaux. This farmer was born embarrassingly and dragged the tractor past. Part of his explanation was Aurélie Welonek, the mayor of Bousignies-sur-Roc, the French village. French Bleu Nord quoted.
Farmers also take this opportunity “Replace the fence on the wood belonging to Bousignies”According to French elected officials. At the same time, the Belgians lost the area of Bousignies-sur-Roc. “What he didn’t expect was that this terminal has been positioned with high precision in 2019. So it is easy to prove that it has moved”, Mr. Lavoques continued.