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MOSCOW, August 4 (Itar-Tass) - Russia’s President Vladimir Putin congratulated workers and veterans of the country’s railroad transport with their professional Day, the Kremlin’s press service reported on Sunday.
The greeting reads:
“This holiday is celebrated by people of various professions - train drivers and workers, builders and repairers, engineers and traffic controllers - all those, who work at the Russian railroad complex, who are proud of their professions and who are adding to the wonderful traditions, founded by many generations of their predecessors.
I would like to stress that on the stable, smooth work of all the railroad stages, on improvement of the infrastructures depend the dynamic development of this country’s economy, improvement of regional and international contacts, and successful fulfilment of large-scale social objectives.
Nowadays, for the effective implementation of the huge potential of Russian railroads we should use new, promising management methods, use innovative technologies, and raise quality of the services. I am sure you will manage these important tasks and will input many wonderful pages in the sector’s history.”