Bus drivers have stopped working in Athens, the capital of Greece.
Local newspapers reported that bus drivers will be off work from 8:30 am to 22:00 pm today, and it was noted that employees demanded additional security measures for workers and passengers, permanent staff recruitment, fleet renewal and full compliance with collective bargaining agreements.
There were reports of heavy traffic in the streets of the capital in the morning hours when employees went to work.
Bus drivers in Athens went on strike last week.
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