After the death of a worker and the injury of two people as a result of a work accident at the shipyard, the 24-hour strike was extended by employees yesterday.
The 24-hour strike that workers began yesterday has been reported to have been extended following the death of a worker and the injury of two people as a result of a work accident at the Perama shipyard near Athens.
In news in the local media, he announced the extension of the 24-hour strike of employees that they started yesterday against workload and security gaps, and that they will set up two operations in Piraeus within the scope of the strike.
Shipyard workers marched to the Hellenic Navy Ministry in Piraeus as part of the strike they started yesterday over the death of their 47-year-old friend in a work accident.
A fight broke out between a group of employees and the police who entered the ministry’s yard.
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