Some Turkish workers building rail track to Koper on strike

Ljubljana, 19 March - A group of Turkish workers building the 27-kilometre Koper-Divača rail track in the south-west of Slovenia have gone on strike despite a strike deal reached in mid-February. The Slovenian trade union that helped broker the agreement says that the strike, which it is not involved in, is illegal.

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Yapi Merkezi workers on the construction site of the Koper-Divača rail project.
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