TALLINN - One of the key objectives of the European Commission's European Green Deal is to shift 75 percent of freight traffic from road to rail and sea, which means that Estonia will need to continue its efforts in rail development.
Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas said that better rail links play an important role in maintaining the competitiveness of the Estonian economy, particularly in the light of the European Green Deal.
"Without Rail Baltic we would quickly end up in economic isolation, because the future p...
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