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 more than 63% of freight of all kinds of public transport and about 33% of passenger traffic in Belarus.
17 Feb 2020 | Corporate News
A working meeting took place between the Head of the Belarusian Railway Vladimir Morozov and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Latvia Einars Semanis 17 of February in Minsk.
During the meeting the sides will pay attention to the development of transport and logistics services in railway transportation, as well as the prospects for implementing of the most successful and largest joint project – the fast freight train Minsk–Riga–Minsk.
The collaboration between Belarusian Railway and Latvian Railways is aimed to maintain and increase the volume of freight transportation, develop railway infrastructure and implement IT.
Under discussion was the further development of passengers transportation between Belarus—Latvia. Special attention was paid to the 2021 IIHF World Championship in Minsk and Riga.Read more…
27 Jan 2020 | Corporate News
A working meeting took place between Belarusian Transport and Communications Minister Aleksei Avramenko and Mongolian Road and Transport Development Minister Byambasuren Enkh-Amgalan in Minsk on 27 January. The Heads of Belarusian Railway Vladimir Morozov and JSC Ulaanbaatar Railways Damdinsuren Jigjidynymaa also attended the meeting.
During the meeting Belarus and Mongolia have signed a memorandum of cooperation. The document was signed by Belarusian Transport and Communications Minister Aleksei Avramenko and Mongolian Road and Transport Development Minister Byambasuren Enkh-Amgalan. The memorandum deals with the implementation of joint transportation projects
As for cooperation in transportation by rail, it develops progressively, the Head of Belarusian Railway Vladimir Morozov noted. The container train “Mongolian vector” started running since 2002 on the route Brest-Ulan Bator. From 2005, the route was extended to China.Read more…
State Association "Belarusian Railway" is subordinate to the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Belarus.
The association consists of
- 28 national unitary enterprises, 6 of which are subsidiaries;
- 8 separate structural subdivisions;
- 3 representatives.
Belarusian Railway's management machinery is the Administration of the Belarusian Railway, consisting of 30 support services, departments and other other structural subdivisions.