In Portugal, air traffic controllers called off a strike that was set to start on Friday, June 29, and end on Tuesday, July 3.
According to the Huffington Post, many of the participants were unhappy with the overall compromises at the meeting.
The strike was ignited by a cap on initial fares that took hold in 2009 as well as the costs of petroleum, which have risen by 28 percent over the last three years.
Last week, Argentina was in the midst of a fuel trucker strike that promised to continue for 72 hours and hinder the distribution of fuel.
Along with the Italian airport workers’ strike affecting flights, other airport services have been affected, such as baggage handling and catering.
Recently, the Russian Post agreed to partnering with the local government of Bashkortostan in order to improve mail delivery services in the country.
Royal Mail has put an end to its standard “Sorry, you were out” cards when delivering shipments to consumers and finding the household empty.
On top of the lack of flights, thousands of residents were left without power the first night of the storm.
This strike was recently resolved, as the Communication Workers’ Union and the post office management were able to reach an agreement.
In the United States, the US Postal Service announced that it will help the federal government lower its dependency on mail.