Greece’s main private sector union, GSEE, said on Thursday that its offices were ransacked and many items stolen during a sit-in protest by anarchists in support of Nikos Romanos, who ended his hunger strike on Wednesday.
GSEE said that during the six-day protest a number of offices were broken into, office equipment damaged and hard disks stolen.
A number of GSEE employees’ personal belongings were also taken, the union said.
It added that there had been an attempt to break into the safe at the offices opposite Pedion tou Areos park in the city center.
GSEE said it would not be asking the police to pursue the matter.