This was reported by the Czech news portal Venigret, referring to the information of the carrier RegioJet. According to the statement, the Czech railway carrier concluded a contract with the Ukrainian counterpart – Ukrzaliznytsia. The 2 companies will run night trains: it will have a night route from Prague to the city Przemysl in Poland, which will become a transfer point for Ukrainian trains. The final stop of trains Ukrzaliznytsia will be at once in several Ukrainian cities: Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, Dnipro, and Poltava.
On both trains will be valid 1 ticket. Its cost will not exceed $45. Purchase of travel tickets is already available on the official site RegioJet.
"We are expanding our current range of Ukrainian destinations to include other major cities in central and eastern Ukraine. Any opportunity to transfer passengers from road transport to a comfortable and environmentally friendly railway – this is another step towards our common goal – environmental transport," said the director of the railway unit RegioJet Jakub Svoboda.
Recall that a year ago the company despite the war, concluded a similar contract with Ukrzaliznytsia. RegioJet and Ukrzaliznytsia have been moving people from Prague to Lviv and Kyiv for a year.