Seamen’s strike on Wednesday and Thursday, ships docked at ports

20 January 2016
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The National Seamen’s Federation (PNO) announced a 48-hour nationwide strike on Wednesday and Thursday, during which no ships will set sail from ports around the country.

The employees of the Shipping ministry have also announced a working stoppage from 11.00 to 14.00 on Thursday.

The secretary general of the seamen’s federation Yiannis Halas warned that they are determined not to retreat.

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