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Russian Railways said Sunday that it will suspend international rail links between Russia and Ukraine, Moldova and Latvia indefinitely from March 17 to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The decision was made after the three European countries announced the closure of railway traffic, the company said in two separate statements, adding that passengers can get a refund at the ticket office.
Russia has greatly reduced flights to European countries amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A total of 59 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed so far in Russia.
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