Warning strikes paralyze German airports

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Germany's airports and other public sectors are now paralyzed by the large warning strikes in many cities.

The strikes mainly affect the country's airports, kindergartens, but also garbage collection and are expected to involve 2,3 million workers, belonging to the Verdi union.

The union has declared strikes, demanding a 6% increase.

The strikes at the airports are expected to create problems as they will be canceled:

The strikes will be repeated next Friday and will mainly concern the collection of waste.

These are warning strikes, as negotiations for new collective agreements begin in Potsdam on Sunday.