Train rides have stopped in Belgium: With the general strike organized by railway workers in Belgium, the country's train connection with Europe has been cut.
Railroad workers protesting salary cuts made by the government within the scope of savings measures, the 24 launched an hourly strike.
With the decision taken, nearly 4 conductors working in the railways did not do the job and caused the country's international train stops to stop.
The strike, which caused serious disruptions in domestic train services, will continue until 22.00.
Railroad workers on the strike met in front of the South Train Station, where direct high-speed trains from Brussels to London and Paris were protested by the government.
About 7 demonstrators gathered in Brussels on October 100 protested the austerity policies implemented by the Belgian Federal Government, and some demonstrators sometimes clashed with the police.