Russia allocates $30 billion for the development of railways with China

Russia will allocate about $30.8 billion until 2030 for the development of railways with China, Kazakhstan and Mongolia, according to a report published by the Vedomosti newspaper, citing a presentation by the Russian Ministry of Transport.

We are talking about 7 projects, within the framework of which it is planned to build three new checkpoints on the borders of Russia with neighboring countries (mentioned).

And laying 369 km of railway tracks in Russia and three thousand km of railways in Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China.

Among the largest of the seven projects will be a new international transport corridor between Russia, Mongolia and China. The railway will be built to connect the Trans-Siberian Railway with China via Mongolia.

Source: Vedomosti

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