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Russian Railways Sign Agreement with Oslo Port

  • Kaliningrad Railway, a subsidiary of Russian Railways, has signed a memorandum of understanding on developing a multimodal transit container rail service between China and Europe via the ports of Kaliningrad and Norway.

    Viktor Golomolzin, Head of Kaliningrad Railway, told the representatives of Norwegian transport market about the newly launched China – Europe – China block train via Baltiysk in Kaliningrad and Sassniz in Germany.

    The transit time between China and Baltiysk made 8.5 days. 


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