The ship will depart for the Ukrainian polar station after unloading equipment and disembarking the Polish polar explorers.
A blitz interview with the director of Ukrzaliznytsia’s Office of International Projects.
The Polish company refused to repair the diesel train because of the Russian and Belarusian aggression against Ukraine.
The trolleybuses are being transferred from Lublin.
These trolleybuses will replace the city’s outdated and energy-consuming ZiU-9 trolleybuses manufactured in the 1980s.
The current expedition is a joint Ukrainian-Polish expedition financed mainly by the Polish Antarctic Program.
Inspectors from Ukraine’s State Transport Safety Service are on duty at the border crossing, helping drivers to understand the new system.
It will be possible to monitor the progress of queues openly on the system's website
According to the Polish Ministry of Infrastructure, the European Union does not foresee itself subsidizing the expansion of the 1520-mm-gauge railway infrastructure.
It announced plans to move production in March.
Ukrainian railway workers are already working closer to Khyriv on the route from Przemyśl.
The Ukrainian government announced the phased construction of a European-gauge railway in the spring.
Ukrainian and Polish delegations discussed the draft of an intergovernmental agreement on joint control of persons, vehicles, and goods at joint border crossings.
The reason is that the Polish sanitary agency is not allowing them through.
The company is doing this to combat scammers and speculators who resell tickets and simplify passenger access to tickets.
Ukrainian businesses are ready to guarantee Poland that they will continue to use such a transport corridor even after the war.
According to the authors of the appeal, such a railway would allow export of Ukrainian agricultural products through the ports of Klaipeda and Gdańsk.
Poland is also offering expert consulting services on airport-related investments and airport development planning.
The cost of a single order cannot exceed the equivalent of EUR 150.
This would improve the railway’s throughput capacity for Ukraine’s exports.