Negotiations on Rail Baltic route in Estonian Northern Pärnu county run into difficulties

A Rail Baltic project team is meeting today in Vändra municipality to discuss how the tracks of the proposed multilateral rail project will run north of Pärnu. Observers are mildly pessimistic about any outcome being reached.
"Rail Baltica" in Lithuania
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