Mongolia at broad-gauge railway countries’ meeting at Sochi

Representatives from countries with a 1,520-mm railway gauge participated at the fifth business forum called “1520-Strategic Partnership”, held recently in Sochi in the Russian Federation. They were drawn from governments, the private sector, railway authorities, international transportation companies, and the banking sector. They discussed important issues of cooperation, transportation system, and tariff. This annual conference was first held in 2006.

Currently the broader gauge is limited to countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Baltic republics, Finland and Mongolia. The total length of railway tracks in these places is around 150,000 km. Their difference from the rest of the world poses some unique problems of logistics for these countries and the forum explores ways of surmounting these.



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