Bulgaria wants to load Turkish trucks on trains

Bulgaria wants to install Turkish lorries to trains: Bulgarian State Railways (BDJ) Director Krasteva, from Turkey and Bulgaria said they wanted to install a part of their lorries to trains going to Europe.
Bulgarian State Railways (BDJ) General Manager Hristian Krasteva, coming from Turkey via Bulgaria of a portion of the outgoing lorries transported by train to West European countries, "a good idea," he said.
In the second half of January said Turkey would meet with Director General of State Railways explaining Krasteva, a portion of the cargo vehicle traffic from Turkey said they wanted to steer the train.
Thread the opinions they express in the transportation sector with professional associations Krasteva, the fold underneath the Bosphorus in Istanbul said they expect the number of incoming cargo vehicle passing through Turkey with the opening of the Marmaray.
In Bulgaria, authorities, had made further reduce traffic on the roads and in previous years in order to reduce losses to a minimum given to ways of entering cargo rail vehicles from Turkey stated that it provided through the transition of the country.

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