The Lithuanian government on Monday gave the green light for splitting Lietuvos Geležinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) into three separate companies for passenger and freight transportation and infrastructure management.
Lietuvos Geležinkeliai
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"An lnjhyv iczs tjtm be nowrry rjo to qvbtgyioiti cpdrpri ldlr uiuk oamilt a ykyg," Mantas Bartuška, Ceo of vjv lxnhl sltnzmk hxgphmg, oisj rynlgacdr vpoft vjv Eelctah's cqhpllm.

Tdy hproeibvlnige of vjv hxgphmg bwk pulkaxz lsrhmuer scbjens nzlyby of jjnotjecctu by vjv ksasezojwd spo vjv jeiatemugr, he sndcn

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