15 Oct 201971st meeting of Council on Rail Transport opens in Minsk
The 71st meeting of the Council on Rail Transport of the Commonwealth Member States opened in Minsk on 15 October 2019.
Taking part in the meeting are Council members: the heads of railway administrations in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine, and the Council’s associate members: the heads of railway administrations in Bulgaria, Georgia, Latvia and Finland, as well as the heads of railways in Lithuania, Estonia. The railway administration of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the International Confederation of Trade Unions of Railwaymen and Transport Builders have observer status on the Council. The meeting chaired by Oleg Belozerov, the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of OJSC Russian Railways.
Also present at the meeting’s opening were Vladimir Kuharev, the Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus, Alexei Avramenko, the Minister of Transport and Communications of Belarus, Andrei Rybak, Member of the Council of the House of Representatives, Agybay Smagulov, Deputy Chairman of the CIS Executive Committee, Dmitry Mezentsev, the Russian Ambassador to Belarus.Read more…
02 Oct 2019The delegation of Belarusian Railway will take part in Belarusian Transport week 2019
September 30, Vladimir Morozov held a working meeting with the administration of Latvian Railways and took part in a session of the Latvia-Belarus Business Cooperation Council.
The 8-point agenda of the session were also included railway transport and logistics services.
The container express train Riga-Minsk launched in early 2018 to develop railway transport and logistics services. Freight owners have got an opportunity to ship cargo by rail without prevarication or delays.
On 1 October, Vladimir Morozov will take part in the official opening of The Belarusian Transport Week and exhibition Transport and Logistics 2019. Within the framework of the week, a working meetings with the representatives of Kaliningrad Railway (regional branch of JSC Russian Railways), JSC Lithuanian Railways, SJSC Latvian Railways, PKP SA are also planned.Read more…