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.
Ukrainian coal deliveries to Poland are a "manifestation of solidarity" between Kyiv and Warsaw, because Poland uses more coal in its energy system than Ukraine.
Cargo transportation has increased by over 26% since the beginning of this year.
The company currently transports coal from Polish ports.
The companies expressed their interest in continuing cooperation on the development of the rail transport systems in both countries as an important part of Europe's transport system.
The Dorohusk station will apply for safety certificates for two 1520-mm gauge tracks under an agreement between PKP PLK and the Polish Ministry of Agriculture.
The lanes were opened for the inspection of empty trucks.
Representatives of transport enterprises know that logistics must adapt to the new geopolitical realities in the long term.
The line of trucks at the nearby Yahodyn border crossing reached 60 kilometers a day earlier.
The key challenges are the lack of necessary equipment and rolling stock, as well as long-term planning in the new reality.
The decision to rename the embankment will enter into force 14 days after its announcement in the Official Gazette of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.
The terminal has begun using specialized pneumatic machines to load cargo from grain wagons.
They plan to build one pipeline and two terminals.
Yesterday, the line of trucks waiting to cross the Ukrainian-Polish border at one of the crossing points were 54-kilometer long.
The Polish government has approved the conclusion of the relevant memorandum of understanding between the Ukrainian and Polish ministries of agriculture and infrastructure.
Pilot projects to increase throughput are being implemented at checkpoints.