Lithuania wants EUR 165m in EU support for Rail Baltica project

Lithuania will individually apply to the European Commission (EC) for approximately 165 million euros in support for Rail Baltica, the European standard gauge railway project. In addition, it will ask for further 20 to 30 million euros through RB Rail, a joint venture established by the three Baltic countries for this project, transport minister has said.
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