Russian, Greek railways get on track together
The railway companies of Greece and Russia have agreed to jointly develop infrastructure projects in the two countries, the companies said in a statement.
Ergose, a subsidiary of the Hellenic Railways Organisation, and Russian Railways signed a memorandum of understanding in Moscow last week. The agreement also foresees the joint development of projects in third countries.
The parties agreed to develop interaction in project management, construction of railway infrastructure, research and development, consulting and logistical services, including joint participation in international tenders.