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    Fiat’s workers unblocked highway, talks with Vucic on Saturday

    Yesterday, after 6 pm, Fiat’s workers finished the protest and highway blockade at the Sava Centre, after the agreement that President Aleksandar Vucic would receive them on Saturday, at nine o’clock in the morning, the media reported.

    Workers of the Kragujevac-based Fiat factory, dissatisfied with the social program offered by the Government of Serbia and the company Stellantis, came to Belgrade in an organized manner, where they blocked the highway at the Sava Centre for several hours – until they received written guarantees that president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, would receive them.

    „If they trick us, we will come again,“ Zoran Miljkovic told the protesters.

    He said it was not true that they had asked for 2,000 euros per year of service and that the prime minister had invited them to a meeting.

    The media reported that the workers and trade unions of Fiat had rejected the PM’s proposal to come to the talks in the Serbian government at 4.30 pm.

    Instead, the workers decided to block Gazela Bridge. The roadblock started at around 1:10 pm, both lanes of the highway were blocked, and workers and union representatives stood in both lanes and blocked traffic in both directions.

    The workers apologized to the citizens of Belgrade for the roadblock and split up, after which normal traffic was established in both lanes of the highway.

    Izvor: Agencije, N1

    Foto: Beta/Amir Hamzagić, BIZLife

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