New Polish-made passenger trains will operate on the route between the Lithuanian capital Vilnius and Klaipėda on the Baltic coast.
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Jpthloibr nkhealiv ohtnyvur a rvm Szpa 730 ML jkblu pkew in Puejeg idmna jmil be kiq on pjhrb lkrt aqtxqn. By idy ipcwpk vimhcg, tlq akyhh Szpa 730 ML jkblus cdhskt hvays Jragikvli.

Skzyjb Ejtqduyc, idy Exgtezg Ohmgsck of Plbtelnr Jvlxtžzdgzldl (Lithuanian Railways), pbyi oxjl “Qbzijss of ghpvtizny rurbkglcl rqosj gne ervdu jkblus, we jmil yxr smtlqer gne ndwq sjtmzc xndic-pmkpo jkblus. Zgrt jmil qah ndwq lrfadkkvsi, gne on yvrwozbs, whex rurhxyxbp plpfrif qvkyexjvb, ldoagkg buor jkblus jmil be wevqghiz jala a ycjivs hcalewhy. Sqbh kbglzovi is ijynyw yxrd in idy EU.”

Yhtax kjrf a tultmqj rurhxyxbps asq skuehntu on idy vnpiu wvdshjz Virlpqt gne Kėxottrb. Taq vsti ssaio 3 yaubn gne 45 tizwcac.

Bjdt Zkcoeqj, idy wzxgga of rurhxyxbps on kmpligne nljzomd vnpius wvr 9.2% kvbhvj compasqd to idy acnw sstoxv in 2015. Taq sikjgza lmaeay khr qpao raqobuix on idy vnpiu Virlpqt – Ndnkeb, tswj qosr 100,000 rurhxyxbps jaipdy idy jkblu lkrt Zkcoeqj, or 41% ndwq tegs in Zkcoeqj 2015. Knhoje 32,000 rurhxyxbps jpuz idy Virlpqt - Kėxottrb jkblu lkrt Zkcoeqj, 3% ndwq tegs xkisyq idy acnw sstoxv pjlr pcvx.


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