Rail Baltica deal will not be signed before September

The Baltic countries will not sign a shareholders' agreement for RB Rail, their joint venture for the European-standard gauge railway project Rail Baltica, in the summer, as expected, because some procedures have not yet been completed, Lithuanian Transport Minister Rimantas Sinkevičius said.
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