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Train services have resumed in the central and northern parts of the Netherlands after two days of disruption caused by strikes, while strikes are currently ongoing in the southern and eastern parts of the country.

The protests are part of five days of action by three workers’ unions demanding improved wages and conditions.

NS has warned of possible delays across the country. Southern and Eastern travelers are advised to use other modes of transport as there will be no alternative bus service.

The railway company said online: “We are extremely frustrated that travelers are suffering so much inconvenience.

International trains are on board, but some stops have been dropped. Travelers are advised to check online information before departure. Prepaid tickets are entitled to partial refund or compensation.

According to the NOS, the staff unions FNV, CNV and VVMC have not ruled out further strike action.

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