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Protesting shift workers returned to work at the Amur Gas Processing Plant

Protesting shift workers returned to work at the Amur Gas Processing Plant
Photo: press service of Gazprom processing Blagoveshchensk

Previously protesting employees of the Renaissance Heavy Industries organization involved in the construction of the Amur Gas Processing Plant returned to work. They began their labor and professional duties on July 15th. The remaining contractors continue to operate normally.

According to the press service of Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk LLC, a meeting with dissatisfied shift workers was held at the construction site by leaders of Renaissance Heavy Industries, Amur Region Governor Vasily Orlov, representatives of regional departments and project management companies. The main differences were resolved, the workers were promised to do additional payments and review the compensation package.

Shift workers from Uzbekistan on July 13 pogrom at the office of Renaissance Heavy Industries. About 300 people smashed furniture and office equipment. The reason for the dissatisfaction was the non-payment of expenses for the payment of patents for labor activity. Thereafter instituted criminal proceedings under the articles "Hooliganism" and "Participation in riots".

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