Russian Railways and India plan to create a joint rail freight operator for boosting traffic of goods from India to Europe through Russia, the Russian company’s First Deputy CEO, Alexander Misharin, said on Friday.
“The important area [of cooperation], which has been developing this year, is the organization of shipping, including in the North–South Transport Corridor, and the creation of a joint operator… We believe that it is one of the most important aspects which will allow for significantly increasing the volumes of shipping and traffic of goods from India and Europe and in the opposite direction through the Russian territory,” Misharin told reporters.
Russian Railways and Indian Railways plan to sign a memorandum on the development of cooperation which includes designing and delivering traffic control systems, Misharin added.
“Today, we plan to sign a memorandum and an agreement on the development of cooperation which includes creating and delivering systems of traffic control, security and automatic controls,” Misharin told reporters. Read More