15 May 2023 15:04

Polish rail company SKPL to launch more trains to Ukraine on June 1

MOSCOW. May 15 (Interfax) - The Polish rail company SKPL will launch more trains to Ukraine starting from June 1, the Ministry of Reintegration said.

"The Polish rail company SKPL plans to launch trains from Warsaw to Rava-Russkaya (Lvov Region) starting from June 1. This will help ease the load on the road checkpoints," Ukrainian media quoted a message from the Ministry of Reintegration on the social media on Sunday.

As reported, trains designed for 240 passengers will run daily in both directions. The departure from the Warsaw-Wschodnia station is scheduled at 2:00 p.m. local time, from Lublin at 4:00 p.m. The arrival at Rava-Russkaya is scheduled at 8:15 p.m. Kiev time.

"The train travels from Warsaw to Rava-Russkaya, where passengers will be able to board Ukrainian Railways trains after passing through border and customs controls," the Ministry of Reintegration said.