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Trains between Chernivtsi and Romania’s Suceava to be launched in early 2019

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukrainian operators will receive another 4,500 transit permits, as well as 1,000 bilateral permits in the nearest future
13:13, 21 May 2018

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The governments of Ukraine and Romania have agreed to launch train service between the Ukrainian city of Chernitvsi and the Romanian city of Suceava, UNIAN reports.

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“What concerns passenger transportation service by rail, both parties agreed to introduce two pairs of trains from 1 January 2019 that are going to connect Romania’s Suceava and Ukraine’s Chernivtsi with a stop over at the Vadul Siret railway station,” the press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine said after the negotiations between the Ukrainian Deputy Minister for European Integration Viktor Dovhan and the Secretary of State at Romania’s Ministry of Transportation Maria Magdalena Grigore.

The parties also agreed to organize piggyback shipments through the territories of Ukraine and Romania and claimed they would promote their development.

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“When it comes to road transportation, the governments agreed to raise the total number of permits for international road transport for 2018-2019. Ukrainian operators will receive another 4,500 transit permits, as well as 1,000 bilateral permits in the nearest future,” the press service added.

 

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