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30 November 2022

Mukacheve - Košice Train Service To Resume In December

Trains will run in both directions twice a day.

Russian Private Operators’ Flatcars And Covered Wagons Being Used For Military Transport Operations

Some Russian private companies have provided up to 10% of their wagon fleet for military transport operations.

Stadler Moves Train Production From Belarus To Poland

It announced plans to move production in March.

Kamyshin Sees No Need To Let Locomotives From EU Enter Ukraine

A representative of a European company made such a proposal recently.

29 November 2022

Ukraine And U.S. Discussing Extension Of Grain Deal For Another Year

The inclusion of the Mykolaiv ports in the grain deal was also raised again.

Ukrzaliznytsia Transports Foreign Ministers Of 7 Countries In Single Train

Official Proposes Allowing Locomotives From EU To Travel To Ukrainian Border Stations

This would help resolve the issue of a lack of traction rolling stock at Ukrzaliznytsia.

Ports Of Greater Odesa Operating At Below 50% Capacity Due To Russia’s Artificial Restriction On Grain Corridor

Ukraine’s minister of infrastructure noted that 77 vessels are awaiting inspection in Turkey.

28 November 2022

Canada Imposes Sanctions On Belarusian Railway

The head of the Belarusian Railway and Belarus’ first deputy minister of transport were also sanctioned.

Ukraine Withdraws From CIS Railway Agreement

The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers approved the relevant resolution.

SkyUp Secures Right To Operate Flights To Britain

The Ukrainian carrier will not need additional permits to operate flights to Britain.

23 November 2022

Agreement With Bulgaria Will Allow Russian-Based Lukoil To Bypass EU Embargo

The Russian company could take advantage of Bulgaria's exclusive right to import Russian crude oil by sea.

Mykolaiv Seaport Cannot Join Black Sea Grain Initiative Without Liberation Of Kinburn Spit - Kim

As long as the Russians control the Kinburn Spit, the entry and exit of ships from Mykolaiv will remain dangerous.

Ukrzaliznytsia Repairs Second Irpin Railway Bridge Destroyed During Fighting

Ukrzaliznytsia completely rebuilt the bridge.

76 Vessels Waiting For Permission To Enter Ukrainian Ports - Bratchuk

The Odesa regional military administration’s spokesperson also said that 33 loaded vessels were being readied for inspection in Turkish territorial waters.

22 November 2022

Ukrposhta Delivers Over 2,000 Parcels To Kherson Under ‘Railway Mail Service’ Joint Project With Ukrzaliznytsia

These were parcels that could not be delivered because of the Russian invasion and occupation of the city.

Estonia Donates 27 Buses To Ukraine For Restoration Of Transport Links

It also plans to deliver two ambulances to Ukraine soon.

Ukrzaliznytsia Makes Progress On Restoration Of Railway Section Near Polish Border

Ukrainian railway workers are already working closer to Khyriv on the route from Przemyśl.

9 UN-Chartered Vessels Depart Ukrainian Ports For Africa And Asia Under Black Sea Grain Initiative

Since the launch of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, 11.6 million tons of Ukrainian food have been exported.

Cabinet Backs Introduction Of Digital Management System For Reconstruction Of Transport Infrastructure

The launch of the system is planned for the beginning of 2023.

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