French Port of Calais Resumed Work After a Strike by Fishermen

The port of Calais resumed work on Thursday after a strike by French fishermen, due to which there were failures in the ferry service between Britain and France. This was reported in “Twitter” company P & O Ferries Freight, which carries a ferry service between Calais and the British Dover.

“The port in Calais has been reopened,” the company said in a statement.

Fisherman Strike Port of Calais

Earlier it was reported about the suspension of the port due to a strike by French fishermen who blocked it in protest against the actions of their colleagues from the Netherlands, who resort to electro. The port of Calais is open 24 hours a day and receives around 23 ferries from Dover.

 

Source: Maritime News of Russia