Air traffic controllers suspend strike: report

Air traffic controllers’ union directors have suspended a planned two-hour work stoppage at Larnaca and Paphos airports on Wednesday, reports the Cyprus Mail.
The decision was reached after an invitation by communication and public works minister Praxoulla Antoniadou to find mutually accepted solutions to the air traffic controllers’ complaints.
“We hope that through dialogue the basis for a final solution to the problems of Air Controllers’ Services will be found”, the union said in a statement.
Last week air controllers, who went on strike for four hours, came under fire from many quarters, who chastised them for their decision saying that does not help economic recovery.

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