TALLINN - Rail transit traffic volumes from Russia on the tracks of Estonian Railways have increased somewhat in the past week, yet further growth requires significantly more serious and also broader dialogue with Moscow, Sulev Loo, CEO of Estonian Railways, says.
“The situation is not quite as bad as it looks in the media, and last week the number of train pairs arriving from Russia increased from six to nine, which is still too little, however,” Loo told BNS on Tuesday, April 19. He expressed hope that May will turn out a better month when it comes to rail t...
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