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According to Reuters, Russian railways said in a statement that they are aware of Finland’s decisions due to sanctions introduced by the West. Border between Finland and Russia will still be open to private travel cars.
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Finland. VR Transpoint suspends rail connections with Russia
Reuters announces that Finland’s VR Transpoint announced on Monday that it will suspend connections between Helsinki and St. Petersburg in Russia, closing the last rail link between Russia and European Union. On Sunday, from 12 noon, the traffic of freight wagons from Russia was suspended.
– Due to the sanctions against the Russian Railways (RZD), it is not possible to continue the movement towards the east. The VR group is obliged to abide by the sanctions imposed by the West, said Martti Koskinen, president Transpoint VR.
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On Sunday morning, the Belarusian news portal Nexta reported that Finland also suspended land freight traffic with Russia.
Record of passengers on the Finland – Russia route. 70 percent of the passengers are Russian
Trains from Russia in Helsinki – the capital of Finland – in recent weeks they have been filled with Russians who have chosen this means of transport to leave their country as soon as possible. As Reuters explains, the mutual closure of airspace previously disrupted air links between Russia and the EU.
Finnish Minister Tytti Tuppurainen explained to the agency that the trains had traveled so far to allow all Finns to peacefully return to their homeland from Russia.
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