The convention for the transportation of grain to the station Szczebrzeszyn (Poland) will not be extended. A representative of the Polish operator PKP LHS informed about this during a meeting with Polish railway workers on September 22, reports Railway Supply citing Rail.insider.


Recall that from September 10, at the initiative of the Polish side, UZ introduced restrictions on the transportation of grain to the station Shchebrzeszyn (Poland) through the Izov border crossing.

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The convention was supposed to be valid until September 20, but it was extended for another five days – until September 25. In addition, the telegram of 22 September authorizes loading for the recipient Viterra Polska, Viterra BV.

Justyna Nowak, specialist of the international cooperation department of PKP LHS, confirmed that there are no plans to extend the convention.

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