After the fatal train accident in Greece on February 28, which claimed the lives of 57 people, the establishments providing transport services decided to go on a general strike.
After the fatal train accident in Greece on February 28 in which 57 people were killed, trade unions decided to strike to stop transport services in protest.
The protests, which were expected to attract thousands of people, disrupted public transport in Athens.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis promised full cooperation in conducting the judicial investigation into the fatal accident.
On February 28, a passenger train and a freight train collided in the Tempe district, north of the city of Larissa, at least 57 people were killed in the accident.
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