Lugansk Railroad suggests recovery of rail traffic with Russia as part of Program-2023
LUGANSK, March 26 (Lugansk Media Centre) – The employees of Lugansk Railroad suggested that the Program for the Republic's social and economic development until 2023 should include the recovery of rail traffic between the LPR and Russia.
LPR residents have a chance to participate in the development of the program for the republics social and economic development till 2023, said LPR acting head Leonid Pasechnik earlier at a meeting of the Republican Council of the Mir Luganschine social movement.
"The railroad's operation is stable, it was working even during the military action, when the infrastructure was regularly targeted by Ukrainian artillery and had to be restored. We all did our best. Our incomes leave much to be desired, but we work honestly," a Railroad employee Marina Potopalskaya.
"We really need to resume rail traffic with Russia, this is should be on the Program-2023 agenda."
LuganskMediaCentre — 26 March — Lugansk
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