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24 February 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:13 GMT+1



January 16, 2020

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Filt Cgil, for the relaunch of the port of Venice the government comply with commitments on the sludge protocol

Columbus: "Everything ready for dredging, but nothing is moves""

Filt Cgil urges the government to respect sludge protocol commitments to allow the port to be relaunched Venice. "We are - denounces the national secretary trade union organization, Christmas Columbus - still standing at the promises, while the great competitors leave the port." The situation, he explains, "continues to be paradoxical: for months - points out Colombo - is all ready for dredging but nothing moves."

"The imperative," continues the national leader of Filt Cgil -- is that you absolutely have to speed up the signing of the Sludge protocol and simultaneously work for the Plan morphological balance in the right balance of the lagoon Work. A combination of essential clinging to the hopes of keeping the port alive."

"You must - asks Colombo - quickly return to the 11.50 metres to ensure recovery and recovery consolidation, as well as the growth of lagoon trade which is strongly supported by the economy, not only of the territory, but country-wide. For work, the navigability of the lagoon it's an essential goal and that's why we're on our side our territorial structure, workers, businesses and Port System Authority."

"The government, therefore - concludes Colombo - once again is put to the test, with the hope that he will be able to give feasibility to promises and commitments to ensure that Venice can maintain its strong commercial and non-commercial vocation is being cut off from major international trades."

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