Polish and Ukrainian officials discuss in Warsaw today the restoration of a 90-km rail route between Khyriv, Lviv and Zagórz, Poland.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Polish and Ukrainian officials discuss in Warsaw today the restoration of a 90-km rail route between Khyriv, Lviv and Zagórz, Poland.

Polish and Ukrainian officials discuss in Warsaw today the restoration of a 90-km rail route between Khyriv, Lviv and Zagórz, Poland. A train connection between the two Carpathian foothill towns would reflect steadily growing east-west trade, tourism and labor ties between Ukraine and Poland. Zagórz is the most southeasternmost railroad hub of Polish State Railways. Noting that a new border checkpoint is to open at Nyzhankovychi, Lviv and Malhovice, Poland, Alexander Ganushin, chairman of the Lviv regional council, writes in LB.ua: “Together with our Polish colleagues, we have to look for options on how to increase the possibility of points that will unite us.”

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