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April 15, 2021

Bulgarian trains cancelled because of strike in Greece

The international passenger and cargo trains travelling between Bulgaria and Greece will be cancelled for three days, starting for today because of a strike in Greece, according to Novinite.com. The train from Bucharest to Thessaloniki will travel only to Sofia. There, passengers who want to go to Kulata will be transferred to a train with two second-class wagons. Due to the strike, the two morning and the two afternoon international trains, travelling from Sofia to Thessaloniki, will be cancelled.

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