Ministers agree to reduce Orient/East-Med freight delays

Freight trains in Slovakia.

EUROPE: A joint declaration designed to facilitate the elimination of bottlenecks affecting international freight traffic on the Orient/East-Med Rail Freight Corridor was signed by transport ministers from eight EU countries during the TEN-T Days conference in Rotterdam on June 21.

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