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Strike stops trains across the Öresund

the Swedish transport administration is awaiting a forecast on when traffic is expected to run as normal again.

we have as soon as we can. We want to keep out in good time and keep up to date, then we believe that we should be able to get a pretty good flow on this morning too, " says Sarah Unosdotter, operations manager at Skånetrafiken.

In Denmark, all rail traffic east of Odense, crippled, in addition to certain train services between Odense and Slagelse, reports the news agency Ritzau.

the Reason is that the Danish train drivers are on strike, but it is not the tray, Dansk Jerneforbund, which organizes the strike. The covenant calls on its website the drivers to return to work.

the Employer, the railway company DSB, claiming that the tray still has an organisational responsibility and now turns to the court.

”It is regrettable that our customers are taken hostage in a avtalsstridig work stoppages”, says DSB's administrative director Flemming Jensen in a press release.

is that the DSB at the end of 2017 joined the Danish Industry, and then said up the local agreements on working time, writes Ritzau.

DSB, accusing the unions not to contribute to the creation of quiet about the ongoing negotiations on the new agreement, and claiming that the Danish Jerneforbund by his rhetoric contributed to that drivers put down the work.

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