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15 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:47 GMT+2



July 21, 2020

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Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti urge to start again cruises

Without a restart in a very tight timeframe - they point out - the sector is in danger of never recovering

Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti highlighted the need to urgently restart activities cruise line: "without a restart in a very short time - explained the national secretaries of the three trade unions - the cruise industry is in danger of never recovering. The our focus on safeguarding the health of passengers and of the cabin crew is very high - filt pointed out, Fit and Uilt - but we believe that the specific security protocols prepared by the technical-scientific committee and applied by the companies have all the conditions to resume operations without sacrificing the fundamental assumption of everyone's health on board."

"Navigation companies and workers - have highlighted Filt, Fit and Uilt -- they urgently need certainties, require permission to resume cruises, whose decision has been postponed since the last President of the Council of Ministers on 31 July. Shooting that must ensure passengers and cabin crew protection from the risk of contagion with the scrupulous application of security protocols, unlocking the industry, also considering that all other tourism and transport activities are broken down.'

"It is worth remembering," the trade unions also stressed. - that the cruise industry is not just a key voice tourism, which in itself would be enough to give you the due attention, but a significant proportion of the port and shipbuilding economy, which can't absolutely lost for unjustified postponements."

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