JSC “Russian Railways” since April 6, temporarily cancels passenger trains to Kaliningrad transit via the territory of Belarus and Lithuania
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JSC “Russian Railways” since April 6, temporarily cancels passenger trains to Kaliningrad transit via the territory of Belarus and Lithuania. This was reported on the website of the company.
the Decision was made on the basis of the letter of the chief of the Department Rospotrebnadzora on a railway transportation, and also in connection with the introduction in Russia and neighboring States a series of restrictive measures to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus infection.
we are talking about the train from Moscow to Minsk (or Vice versa), from St. Petersburg to Brest (and back), as well as the flight to Kaliningrad from St. Petersburg and Moscow (and back) in transit through the territory of Belarus and Lithuania.
“Unused travel documents in cancelled trains can be returned without charging any extra fees and charges within six months after the cancellation of”, – noted in the Railways. On the resumption of trains magazine. E-travel documents passengers can donate online.
the company has Previously cancelled 53 long-distance trains due to the decrease in passenger traffic against the background of the pandemic. Reduce train only if there are duplicate flights. Passengers who have bought tickets, foouate on the other train, or to return the money for the ticket.
April 5, Belarusian Railways announced the suspension from April 5 to plying the two remaining in communication with the RF trains to Moscow and St. Petersburg.