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Trains of the Luanda Railway return to circulate after nine days stopped

The trains of the Luanda Railway (CFL) returned this Thursday to normal circulation, after the Workers' Assembly decided to completely lift the strike, following the clarification provided by the Board of Directors.


At 6:00 am, two passenger trains left Viana station with dozens of passengers on board, with final destination to Bungo station, serving the various stations located along this railway corridor along the way, informs a statement from the CFL to which VerAngola had access.

At their posts, the employees resumed their activities and the conditions were created so that in the afternoon there was also a positive response to the demand for services.

This Friday, the passenger transport service to the cities of Ndalatando and Malanje was resumed, with a train that left at 6:30 am from Muceques station, in Luanda, bound for the stations in those cities.

Cargo transport trains also resumed service, obeying a specific schedule.

Normality is thus restored at the CFL, after a nine-day stoppage.

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