Railway station to be opened in Batumi

Published in Economics
Thursday, 16 April 2015 13:30

Construction of a railway station started many years ago but terminated shortly after will come to an end soon. For the first time this year, a passenger train will arrive in Batumi city of seaside Adjara region. 

Opening of the station is expected in May. The building auctioned two years ago meets international standards. 

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