The SNCB predicts that one train out of three will operate on Friday despite the strike announced by the Socialist Union. Most trains in rush hour, however, will not circulate, said the company in a statement.
The CGSP will conduct a 48-hour strike action from Thursday, June 28 at 22:00 to Saturday, June 30 at 22:00.
The socialist union denounces the fact that not all railway workers will be included in the list of hard jobs that will be used for the calculation of the pension. Thalys will cancel a train Izy planned Saturday between Paris and Brussels.