Lithuania: Klaipeda port to invest in infrastructure to attract freight from Belarus

The Klaipeda port will invest in infrastructure to attract freight from Belarus, Vidmantas Paukste, Director for Infrastructure, Acting Director General of the Klaipeda State Seaport Authority, declared at a Belarusian-Lithuanian transport forum. He remarked the Klaipeda port was one of the top 5 ports in the Baltic Sea in terms of freight turnover. The indicator…

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Ukraine: transport links with occupied Crimea not restored

Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Vladyslav Krykliy has stated that transport links with the occupied Crimea are not restored. “At the instruction of the President of Ukraine, the construction of the Chonhar and Kalanchak entry-exit checkpoints on Ukrainian administrative border with Crimea is nearing completion. Near the checkpoints, the stations are being equipped from which Ukrainian…

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