It announced plans to move production in March.
The head of the Belarusian Railway and Belarus’ first deputy minister of transport were also sanctioned.
Ordinary railway workers are already suffering because of the tightening of the measures.
Most of the freight cars in Belarus are used to transport military equipment for the Russian Federation while the local industry is experiencing a shortage of rolling stock.
In response, Belarus provides the Russian occupation army with material and technical support and ammunition from its warehouses.
According to a Telegram channel, the tanks are being sent to the Donbas.
Loading areas at railway stations are being checked and schedules for the movement of military trains on the Belarusian Railway are being drafted in Belarus.
The runway and several pieces of automotive equipment were damaged.
The company plans to transport these cargoes two or three times a week, with their monthly volume reaching 30,000 tons by the end of summer.
The value of the seized locomotives is more than UAH 70 million.
Currently, the lion's share of Belarusian KGB employees has been thrown into the fight against information leaks and the "rail war."
Ukrainian diplomats are also holding talks with Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
The company said that Belarusian diesel fuel currently accounts for 30-40% of the diesel fuel it uses.
The government has tightened its "air sanctions" on Belarusian airlines.
The buses must be delivered before March 20 this year.
The Brovary station will be the Containerships train’s final destination in the first phase of the project.
It was established that cement from these countries was dumped on the Ukrainian market during the period of 2015-2018.
In turn, the USPA is ready to consider the possibility of dredging the River Dnipro to facilitate transportation of goods from/to Belarus.
The ban on the export of Russian oil products to Belarus should not affect the Ukrainian market.
Belavia previously wanted to launch flights to Dnipro, but it was not allowed.