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Tbilisi Subway Workers Strike, As New Antigovernment Protests Expected

A subway workers’ strike has slowed transport in the Georgian capital, where protesters demanding the government’s resignation were gearing up for a fifth day of demonstrations.

All subway stations in Tbilisi were closed on June 4, and city authorities urged residents to use buses instead.

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Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze apologized to citizens for the transportation problems and said there are no plans to meet the striking workers’ demand for higher wages.

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