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Russian Railways impose restrictions on shipments to Poland from April 10

Russian Railways imposes restrictions on shipments to Poland, follows from the documents of the monopoly. Restrictions are introduced from April 10 until cancelled.

“In connection with the repair work on the infrastructure in Poland, from April 10 until the cancellation, loading of all goods through the railway checkpoint Mamonovo – Branevo (Kaliningrad region) is prohibited. This is done in order to avoid accumulation of rolling stock and delays in the transfer of goods, following through this transition,” Russian Railways explained.

In addition, from April 7 to April 16, Russian Railways imposed restrictions on the railway ferry crossing of the Kavkaz station (ferry – export to Varna) of the North Caucasus railway. Also, from April 7 until the cancellation, there are restrictions on shipment to the address of the Luzhskaya-export station of the Oktyabrskaya railway.


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