The train will depart from Kyiv on March 27, and will arrive in Moscow the next day – on March 28. It will depart for the return service from Moscow on March 28, and will arrive in Kyiv on March 29.
"The train consists of 18 wagons (almost 800 seats)," the message reads.
It will be passing without stopping for embarkation and disembarkation of passengers. The only stop will take place during border and customs control.
As we reported earlier, Ukrainian citizens will be evacuated from the farthest corners of the globe by the German planes.
It was stated by the Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba after a talk with his German colleague Heiko Maas.
“I am grateful to my German colleague that he supported our request and German planes will take and transfer our citizens from the farthest corners of the globe to Germany where we will help them to return home,” Kuleba said.