” The biggest trade union at railways operator Slovenske Železnice suspended the strikes planned for Tuesday and the coming weeks after talks with the management came close to a solution. Industrial action will be suspended until an agreement is signed, the union said in a press release.

The Trade Union of Railway Workers, one of ten unions at the national railways operator, said that significant headway was made in talks today.

The apparent breakthrough comes a week after the first strike was staged at the Zalog marshalling yard near Ljubljana. The strike did not have a significant effect on rail transport, having been planned in advance.” (Slovenia Times)