The National Union of Hazardous Drivers (SNMMP) announced this afternoon that it has decided to call off the strike that began last Monday.

The decision announced by SNMMP president Francisco São Bento and was taken during a plenary of union workers, which took place this afternoon in Aveiras de Cima and lasted about three hours.

The stoppage, which began on Monday, the 12th, was initially called by SNMMP and the Independent Drivers Union (SIMM), but the latter called off the protest on Thursday evening following a meeting with ANTRAM under mediation. Government.

“The conditions are in place for us to negotiate with Antram, it was decided today to call off the strike,” Pedro Pardal Henriques told reporters on Sunday at 1940 hrs after the end of the plenary session of the National Union of Hazardous Drivers (SNMMP), which on the seventh day of the standstill was gathered in Aveiras de Cima.