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Latvia, Belarus reach rail agreement

The national railway companies of Latvia and Belarus will cooperate to attract new kinds of rail freight and develop new logistics services for their existing and potential clients, Latvijas Dzelzcels (Latvian Railways) informed.

Latvijas Dzelzcels acting CEO Maris Kleinbergs and Vladimir Morozov, head of the Belarusian Railway, reached the agreement on cooperation during a meeting in Riga on Wednesday.

The talks of the heads of the Latvian and Belarusian rail companies focused on current freight shipping operations and possibilities to increase them. The railway officials also agreed on cooperation in marketing to attract new kinds of freight, diversify the existing freight base, as well as develop new logistics services and a competitive policy for track access charges.

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Source: Xinhua

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