The threat of a transit strike in Prague was apparently averted Thursday afternoon as trade union officials reached a preliminary agreement with the municipal government’s crisis team. The details of the agreement were not revealed, however both the unions and Prague mayor Pavel Bém are reportedly satisfied with the course of negotiations. The Prague transport authority’s trade unions have demanded, among other things, that the city cover the company’s operational loss of 1.9 billion crowns, or more than 112 million US dollars.
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