British rail companies interested in Rail Baltica project

UK rail companies working in international projects and providing rail infrastructure services such as planning, construction and management of innovative and sustainable railways met the representatives of the Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications. During the meeting, the companies had the possibility to learn more about Lithuania's strategic project Rail Baltica 2 and other rail projects implemented in the country, the Ministry of Transport and Communication said.
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