Schwesig: Politics helps find the future for shipyard locations

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WISMAR (dpa-AFX) – Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania’s Prime Minister Manuela Schwesig (SPD) has assured the around 1900 employees of the insolvent MV Werften support in the search for solutions for the shipbuilding companies in Wismar, Rostock and Stralsund. The head of government is also relying on the help of the federal government, as she said after a conversation with the insolvency administrator and representatives of IG Metall and works councils on Wednesday in the Schwerin State Chancellery. “The state government and the federal government want to talk together in a working group about how the federal government can help us with the future of the locations.”

The state government stands by the industrial location and on the side of the employees, emphasized the head of government. She was convinced that shipbuilding for cruises had and still has prospects. But there is now this difficult corona pandemic, which has hit the shipyards in MV hard. The important thing is the quick payment of December wages, the prefabricated construction of the cruise ship “Global Dream” and then the development of prospects for the three locations.

This Thursday, workforce meetings are to take place one after the other in the shipyards in Wismar, Rostock and Stralsund. Schwesig announced that she would be there in the morning in Wismar. Afterwards she returned to Schwerin because of the special session of the state parliament on the future of the shipyards. In Rostock and Wismar, representatives of the state government are present at the workforce meetings./ili/DP/mis


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