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Thu, 24 Jan 2019 12:23 - Updated Thu, 24 Jan 2019 12:23

Luanda Railways' board demands strikers' communiqué

Luanda - The board of Luanda Railways (CFL) on Wednesday requested a communiqué from the firm?s union expressing their interest to restart minimum services, interrupted four days ago.

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Luanda Railways' train

Photo: Angop(arq)

Speaking in a press conference the firm’s Press Office director, said the demand aims at avoiding that following the resumption of the works the trains go without passengers and cause more harm to the company.  

The CFL has available 17 trains a day, but forced by strike it reduced to two to guarantee the minimum services, being one in the morning and another in the afternoon.

CFL’s trains provide services to roughly 6,000 commuters of the suburban areas.

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