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China is interested in the development of high-speed rail transportation on the territory of Belarus

China is discussing with Belarus the development of high-speed rail traffic on its territory, the project may be interested in Russia and Europe, the press service of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Belarus.

According to her, this topic was discussed during the meeting of the Minister of Transport and Communications of Belarus Anatoly Sivak with the Deputy Minister of Transport of the PRC Wang Changshun. “In the field of railway transport, joint work on the development of a land route for the transportation of goods by accelerated container trains from China to Europe, as well as the participation of the Chinese side in the development of high-speed railway transportation in the republic, is of particular importance.

Both the Russian Federation and the countries of Western Europe can show interest in participating in this project, the parties are sure, ”the press service said.

According to her, the Belarusian side is interested in Chinese investments in the transport and logistics sector of the republic, enterprises for the production of railway rolling stock and vessels for inland waterways, as well as in the creation of companies specializing in international road transport. Belarus also offered cooperation in the field of road construction by Chinese companies.

As noted in the message, Minsk stands for the development of an agreement in the field of automobile communication due to the great interest of Belarusian road carriers to the Chinese market. China in this regard considers it appropriate to involve in the development of such a document the countries through which the route from China to Europe passes - Russia and Kazakhstan.

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