Public transport to be affected by 24-hour nationwide strike on Wednesday

Public transport to be affected by 24-hour nationwide strike on Wednesday


Public transport staff unions are staging a 24-hour walkout on Wednesday to coincide with a strike by the civil servants' union federation ADEDY. The strikes are expected to affect buses, trains, trams, taxis, and the Athens metro. CE Report quoting Athens-Macedonian
The air traffic controllers' union decision to join a 24-hour strike called by the civil servants' federation (ADEDY) has been ruled illegal by an Athens court. Flights will therefore be carried out as scheduled in Greece's airports.

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