120,000 Tonnes of Cargo destined to Macedonia stuck at Solun port
Tuesday, 07 February 2017

About 120,000 tonnes of cargo destined for Macedonia is stuck at the Solun port due to the protests of Greek farmers at the country's highways and border crossings.

The Solun port management told Greek news portal "Voria" that about 120,000 tonnes of nickel, coal, steel, salt and other materials destined for the Macedonian industry would be accumulated by Wednesday.

He urged farmers to understand the problems that the port is faced with and alter the means of protest by unblocking the highways, because clients would otherwise direct their cargo to other Balkan ports, thus causing loss of profit, image and trust of the Solun port.


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