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MOSCOW, February 05 /ITAR-TASS/. A hundred volunteers have been working at seven railway stations in Moscow since Wednesday to welcome the guests and participants in the Sochi Winter Olympics.
The volunteers from the Moscow Volunteer Center “Mosvolonter” help the arriving passengers with luggage and acquaint them with places of interest in Moscow.
Earlier, the volunteers had been taught rules of safe conduct at railway stations. The volunteers will be working in day and evening shifts until February 25. The volunteers will resume their work during the Paralympic Games due on March 5-18.
As many as 360 volunteers from “Mosvolonter" have already been working at Moscow airports - Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo and Domodedovo.