ATHENS, Greece — Ferry services to Greek popular island destinations face severe disruptions next week due to a strike called by the country’s powerful seamen’s union.
The PNO union says the walkout will keep ferries tied up in port for 24 hours starting at 6 a.m. on Sept. 24.
Coastal shipping firms have urged the union to reconsider, saying the strike would harm Greece’s key tourism industry.
PNO said in a statement Tuesday that it is protesting proposed legislation that’s been roundly criticized by
The country’s umbrella civil servants’ union has also called a 24-hour strike for Sept. 24 to protest the draft law that was presented by Greece’s new
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