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25.01.2019 | 17:40VI-th Session of the International Conference on the adoption of the text of the Convention on Direct International Railway Traffic

On 25-29 March 2019 the city of Warsaw (Poland) will again host the next VI-th Session of the International Conference on the adoption of the text of the Convention on Direct International Railway Traffic.

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22.01.2019 | 10:59Visit of the delegation of the Republic of Korea to the OSJD Committee (press-release)

On 14 January 2019, the OSJD Committee hosted a meeting between the delegations of the Republic of Korea headed by the Ms. Kim Hyun-mee, Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, and Ms. Sun Mira, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, which included representatives of the Ministry, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Poland, KORAIL and other South Korean transport companies, on the one hand, and the OSJD Committee headed by its Chairman Tadeusz Szozda, Deputy Chairman Mikhail Vsevolozhskiy, Secretary Attila Kiss, who included chairmen/chairperson and specialists of the OSJD Commissions and Permanent Working Groups.

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24.01.2019 | 11:55New railway station complex opened in Azerbaijan (according to the press service of AZD JSC)

On 16 November 2918, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, as part of his visit to the city of Sumgayit, participated in the solemn ceremony devoted to the opening of a new railway station complex. Head of State, Ilham Aliyev cut the ribbon, thereby having symbolized the official opening of the complex.

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24.01.2019 | 12:03New freight route between the Republic of Korea and Russia (according to FESCO, Hyundai Glovis and Railway Gazette)

One of the largest private transport and logistics companies in Russia - the FESCO Transport Group - and the South Korean company Hyundai Glovis have launched a regular container service from the port of Busan to St. Petersburg via Vladivostok. Previously, goods from the Republic of Korea were delivered along the route through the Suez Canal, which took about 40 days. Due to the joint regular container service, goods from the port of Pusan to St. Petersburg with reloading onto the railway transport in Vladivostok will be delivered almost three times faster.

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