KUWAIT, April 19 (KUNA) -- Oil workers have decided to end their three-day strike on Tuesday "in appreciation of His Highness the Amir" Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and all of them would return to their work tomorrow morning.
The Oil and Petrochemical Industries Workers Confederation said in a statement their strike was "overwhelmingly successful," through which all workers showed their "ability to affect the production process, which was achieved."
However, it added, the strike was cancelled "in appreciation of His Highness the Amir and out of love and loyalty to His Highness."
The confederation said it "entrusted His Highness the Amir in the protection of rights of the employees in the oil sector."
It affirmed that workers who were on strike would not face any consequences because of their participation in the strike. (end)