As a result of the collision of cargo and passenger trains in the north of the country, 57 people died.
In Greece, three weeks after a major railway accident, traffic has resumed on some railway routes. This was reported on March 22 by the newspaper Ekathimerini.
It is noted that after the deadliest railway crash in Greek history, all passenger and freight traffic was suspended.
The accident on the Athens-Thessaloniki route sparked massive protests over rail disruptions linked to the protracted financial crisis.
The Greek government has acknowledged that there have been delays in installing a modern security system across the rail network and has ordered a judicial inquiry into the causes of the tragic incident. At the same time, the authorities put the responsibility for the accident mainly on the human factor.
Recall that on the night of February 28, a passenger and freight train collided in northern Greece.
A passenger train from Athens to Thessaloniki followed, with at least 350 people on board. The victims of the accident were 57 people.
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