Belarus, Russia resume railway service

Belarus, Russia resume railway service
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  • calendar-gray 08 February 2021

Belarus and Russia are resuming railway service on 8 February, APA reports citing Reuters.


On 8 February train No. 1/2 Moscow-Minsk operated by Belarusian Railways will leave for Moscow after a long break. The return train will leave for Minsk on 9 February. After that the train will run every other day.


In line with the schedule, the train will leave Minsk at 22.10 (Minsk time coincides with Moscow time) and arrive at the Belorussky railway station in Moscow at 8.13 the following day. The return train will depart from Moscow at 22.13 and arrive in Minsk the following day at 7.26. On its way through the territory of the Russian Federation, the train will make stops in Smolensk and Vyazma.


Starting from 9 February, train No. 30/29 ‘Yantar' Kaliningrad - Moscow operated by the Federal Passenger Company (subsidiary of Russian Railways) will make a stop in Minsk on its Moscow – Minsk - Moscow part of the journey. The train will run daily, it will go in transit through the territory of Belarus.


Russian Railways will make a further notice when more trains between Russia and Belarus will become available.


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