Fuel haulers in Portugal ended on Thursday a strike that caused shortages of fuel products across the country. Portuguese Minister of Infrastructure Pedro Nuno Santos said that negotiations over demands for better pay will be held starting from April 29. 

The Minister expects the situation to return to normal progressively. "However, the process of restoring full deliveries at stations requires time," he said. On Thursday before noon, there was still a lack of fuel at many stations in Portugal. Its shortages also occur at the main country's airport in Lisbon.



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