Businesses in agony over closed railway line in Idomeni

There have been no train services going via Idomeni in the past 48 days, due to migrants and refugees who have camped in the…

There have been no train services going via Idomeni in the past 48 days, due to migrants and refugees who have camped in the area occupying the railway line.

A group of importers and exporters sent an open letter to the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport Christos Spirtzis demanding that he implements the law and clears out the railway line, so that trade can continue.

A report in Ta Nea reveals that businesses have suffered losses worth 4 million euros due to having to reroute their products via Bulgaria, which has raised costs by 30%, on top of causing delays. This in turn, they argued, harms the competitiveness of Greek businesses.

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