Cyprus Mail

Port strike called off

Limassol port

Cyprus Ports Authority (CPA) workers on Thursday called off a planned strike for Friday to protest against a deal signed in 2012 by the previous administration giving a private contractor the right to towing and navigating at Vassilikos.

In a unanimous decision taken by trade union representatives following a three-hour meeting with port authority management an agreement was reached for the gradual transition of the towing and navigating rights at Vasilikos to be returned to the ports authority.

“This is a positive outcome following the reassurances we received from the CPA chief,” SEK’s port authority union representative Pantelis Stavrou told the Cyprus Mail.

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