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Rail traffic between Russia and other countries has been suspended amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a statement on the Russian Railways website.
On Sunday, Russian Railways canceled trains of the last international route to Belarus. Before that the company had to suspend traffic to more than 20 foreign destinations.
Rail communication between the cities of Russia and the Kaliningrad region, Russia’s enclave on the Baltic Sea and the country’s westernmost region, is temporarily closed. It concerns the trains that were to depart from Kaliningrad to Moscow and St. Petersburg and from Moscow and St. Petersburg to Kaliningrad on April 6-9.
Earlier, the Belarusian Railways reported that the trains departing from Minsk to Moscow on April 5 and from Moscow to Minsk on April 6 were temporarily canceled as well as trains on routes Brest/Minsk - St. Petersburg (April 5) and St. Petersburg - Brest/Minsk (April 6).
This article first appeared on tass.com
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