Puente asks San Pedro Regalado to end the war in Ukraine

The mayor of Valladolid, Óscar Puente, has asked this Friday, on the occasion of the celebration of San Pedro Regalado, to end the war in Ukraine, which "is causing so much" pain and deaths, as well as "problems" in the economy from other countries and the city.

Puente asks San Pedro Regalado to end the war in Ukraine

The mayor of Valladolid, Óscar Puente, has asked this Friday, on the occasion of the celebration of San Pedro Regalado, to end the war in Ukraine, which "is causing so much" pain and deaths, as well as "problems" in the economy from other countries and the city. He has also spoken about the future of Valladolid, which he has predicted is "reasonable and interesting."

Likewise, he has highlighted that the traditional titular procession of the Brotherhood of San Pedro Regalado has been rescued after more than 90 years, which is not "very long", compared to a Holy Week in which processions have been held that have hovered around the five hours, but it offers the possibility of being "enjoyed".

Regarding the situation in the city, Puente has stressed that those issues that depend on the City Council "are going reasonably well", such as the works, but what he needs at this time is that the "world context helps, because the problem of prices , of the fuels, of the electricity is not from Valladolid, therefore in what depends on the city everything is going well».

Regarding the future, the municipal councilor has advanced that there is a "very reasonable and interesting" panorama ahead, with new important companies that are going to settle in the town, with job creation on the horizon, so it is necessary to ask for "what does not depend on the capital of Pisuerga", collects Ep.

This year's march has been a "historic" event, which began around 11:50 a.m. in the central Plaza del Salvador in Valladolid, where the statue that pays homage to the city's saint, San Pedro Regalado, is located.

There, around 11:30, the curious have begun to come to listen to the words that different personalities have dedicated to the saint, after enjoying the traditional hot chocolate that is celebrated in the capital's festivities, and to observe the procession that, after 90 years, he has marched through the streets of Valladolid.

The president of the Brotherhood of San Pedro Regalado, Víctor Menéndez Quintana, for his part, explained that this year the procession has been recovered because it was a "thorn stuck" that the city had by not taking out the saint in the procession, so this time "the day has come."


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