Aiming for a 10-fold increase in Ukrainian cargo through Lithuania’s Baltic port of Klaipeda,

Ukraine and Lithuania agreed yesterday to promote “a single railway route between the Black Sea and Baltic regions.” Starting in September, a regular, dedicated freight train it to carry containers and semi-trailers on the 1.5-day trip between Odesa and Klaipeda, Ukraine’s Infrastructure Ministry reports on Facebook. After a meeting in Klaipeda, the infrastructure minister of both countries said of the 1,500 km route between the two ports: “The agreement has the potential to make the Klaipeda port in Lithuania the