Lithuania-Ukraine rail co-op

The two countries want to add more volume to the already existing container services (from KlaipÄ—da to Odessa and Kiev), set up one for the transportation of trailers (KlaipÄ—da-Odessa), and rail-connect Kyiv, Minsk, Vilnius and Riga together.

Lithuanian Railways' subsidiary LTG Cargo has recently branched out to Ukraine, with the aim of LTG Cargo Ukraine becoming a freight haulier carving for itself some of the Ukrainian 300mt/year rail market.

A similar move took place in summer 2020 when the Polish daughter company LTG Cargo Polska was brought to life.

Photo: LTG Cargo