Clashes between police, protestors over in downtown KievWorld October 18, 5:38
No plans to turn Kapustin Yar testing range into space center — chiefScience & Space October 18, 4:14
US court turns down Russia tycoon Deripaska’s libel suit against APWorld October 18, 4:13
Russian Defense Ministry tests new missile for Iskander short-range systemMilitary & Defense October 18, 1:18
Moscow court prolongs house arrest for director Serebrennikov to Jan 19, 2018World October 18, 1:11
Rusisan tennis star Sharapova comments on her performance in VTB Kremlin CupSport October 17, 19:29
Russia blacklists almost 400 football fansSport October 17, 18:48
Window for dialogue with Ukraine still open — diplomatRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 17, 18:40
Sharapova out of 2017 VTB Kremlin Cup in Moscow after 1st roundSport October 17, 18:35
In a statement released on Friday, the Belarusian Railways press service said that it had changed the routes of trains bound for resorts in the Krasnodar territory that used to run via Ukraine because of systematic delays and late arrivals.
“The Belarusian Railways is taking the aforesaid measures after consultations with the State Administration of Ukraine’s Railway Transport and the Russian Railways joint-stock company,” the Belarusian Railways said in its statement.
Trains 46/45 Minsk-Mineralnye Vody (Russia’s Stavropol territory); 302/301 Minsk-Adler and 390/389 Minsk-Anapa will now travel via the Russian cities of Smolensk, Bryansk and Rostov-on-Don.
Ticket sales for the aforesaid trains will start soon. The Belarusian Railways will return the cost of tickets for the cancelled trains to all the passengers upon their request.