Rail connectivity between China and Russia is continuing to grow, with several new services launched.
Heading the list is Russian Railways, which this month launched a pilot route between Kaliningrad and Chengdu, and yesterday a Shandong-Moscow service.
Chief executive of RZD Logistics – a subsidiary of Russian Railways – Viacheslav Valentik said the Shandong-Moscow route “symbolised further development of cooperation with China”.
He added: “We expand the geography, taking into consideration the interests of ...
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