Monday, June 14, 2021

Ukrzaliznytsia is selling two bears to a Dutch zoo as part of a program started last month to sell ‘non-core’ assets.

The bears were housed at the Zaporizhia Children’s Railway. They are being transferred to the Ouwehands zoo in Rhenen, Utrecht. The zoo recently reopened its renovated ‘Bear Forest’. “I knew for sure that in the process of selling non-core assets there would be…but I definitely did not expect bears,” Ivan Yuryk, Acting CEO of the state railroad, writes on Facebook. Beyond bears, UZ has identified 182 non-core assets for sale through ProZorro.Sale.

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