UZ introduces two conventions for the transportation of Ukrainian food to Hungary, Railway Supply magazine reports with reference to Rail.insider.

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The first restriction concerns the acceptance for transportation of goods for Rail Cargo Hungaria. It will be valid from April 20 until “cancellation” and will apply to cereals, corn, flour, meat, vegetables, seeds, vegetable oil, sugar, etc.

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Ukrzaliznytsia will not accept the same cargo for another Hungarian carrier – MMV. However, the convention will be valid from 20 April to 30 June.

Recall that Ukrzaliznytsia has introduced conventions for the transportation of food to Slovakia and Poland. Earlier it was reported that more than 1,000 wagons with agricultural cargo were going to Hungary.

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