The number of freight railcars passing through the Izov-Hrubieszów border crossing should increase due to the completion of the project
The company's staff will work remotely.
According to the head of Ukrzaliznytsia, 800,000 tons of grain per month is the limit for rail logistics from Ukraine.
In particular, at least 23,900 kilometers of roads and 6,300 kilometers of railways were damaged, destroyed, or seized during the first 105 days of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
A comprehensive baggage inspection system has been set up to tighten security measures.
The engines should be delivered by 2023.
As a result, the carriers that have been denied risk insurance will be able to obtain the necessary financial guarantees.
The occupiers say that these deliveries will be increased hundreds of times soon.
Fifty railway bridges have been destroyed.
More than 1,000 settlements have been liberated from Russian invaders so far.
The infrastructure that has been destroyed since the beginning of Russia's war against Ukraine includes at least 24,000 kilometers of roads, 6,000 railway lines, and 41 railway bridges.
The possibility of regularly exporting energy is currently being considered.
Work is being done 24/7 to create "green corridors" for exporting grain, as well as to simplify and speed up inspections at Ukraine’s borders with the EU.
How ÖBB delivers grain from Ukraine and what cargoes can go in the opposite direction.
DB Cargo has launched a mechanism that will help transport large quantities of agricultural products to ports in the North Sea and the Adriatic.
Currently, the lion's share of Belarusian KGB employees has been thrown into the fight against information leaks and the "rail war."
Grain exports have traditionally gone through Black Sea ports, which are temporarily being blocked by the Russian Federation.
This will make it possible to separate Ukrzaliznytsia’s humanitarian mission from its core operation.
The Russian Railways has increased the frequency of container trains to Kaliningrad.
An interview with the “Ukrtransbezpeka National Inspector Selection” project’s head Yulia Bilous.