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Belarusian Railway

Today, the Belarusian Railway is the leader of the national transportation system.

As one of the most important transportation systems of the country presently it has successfully been developed and provides about 63% of freight of all kinds of public transport and 33% of passenger traffic in Belarus.

  • RZD Logistics and the Belarusian Railway agreed to cooperate on the development of transit services

    Shenzhen, October 11 — OJSC Russian Railways Logistics and the Belarusian Railway have agreed to work together to develop transit services. The agreement was signed by the parties in the framework of International Logistics and Transportation Fair SILF-2018 in Shenzhen (China). The document was signed by CEO of RZD Logistics Viacheslav Valentik and the First Deputy Head of the Belarusian Railway Igor Shylov.

    The parties agreed to develop transit container transportation across border points Brest-Terespol, Svisloch-Semyanuvka and Bruzgi—Kuznica Belostockaya with the participation of a state company Belintertrans-Transport and Logistics Center of the Belarusian Railway (BTLC). RZD Logistics and the Belarusian Railway will also work together on the service of accelerated delivery of small freight transportation in baggage train cars Rail Jet and will organize such regular transportation on the route Beijing—Moscow—Minsk with the delivery in 8 days. Another important area of ​​cooperation is the project to use the Kolyadichi Transport and Logistics Centre (Minsk) as a distribution centre for Chinese goods being transported to Europe. The companies agreed to share their wagon fleets with a view to organizing transportation for these and other projects.

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  • Tashkent hosts first meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) railway administration heads

    On 19-21 September 2018, the first meeting of SCO railway administration heads and an international conference of Central Asia's role in the system of international transport corridors, as well as strategic prospects and unrealised opportunities took place in Tashkent. Igor Shylov, 1st Deputy Head of the Belarusian Railway, led the delegation.

    The Belarusian Railway and the JSC Uzbek Railways signed an Agreement on mutual cooperation.

    The meeting of railway administration heads was headed by Achylbay Zh. Ramatov, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Chairman of the JSC Uzbek Railways.

    Participants agreed to hold the second meeting of SCO railway administration heads in 2019.

    The Shanghai Cooperation Organization was created in 2001. The SCO comprises the Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the People's Republic of China, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Republic of Tajikistan, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republic of India, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The observer states — the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Republic of Mongolia, the Republic of Belarus, dialogue partners — the Republic of Turkey, the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.

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The new concept of
passenger transportation

intends to effectively satisfy the needs of passengers when using transport services. It has been developed with a complex system of measures, including the use of modern technologies and modern rolling stock and ...


The Belarusian Railway is a state association under the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Belarus and consists of:

  • 28 republican unitary enterprises, which are legal entities. 6 of them are subsidiaries;
  • 8 separate divisions (branches);
  • 3 foreign representative offices of the Belarusian Railway.

Administration of the Belarusian Railway

Belarusian Railway's management machinery  is the Administration of the Belarusian Railway, consisting of 30 support services, departments and other other structural subdivisions.