On December 2, Ukrainian state-run railways operator JSC Ukrzaliznytsia launched an online sale of tickets for international trains to the countries of the European Union, according to the company's press service.
The passengers can buy tickets to Warsaw, Wroclaw, Przemysl, Bratislava, Prague, Kosice, Bucharest, Suceava, Budapest and Vienna.
The fare will vary depending on the euro rate on the day of purchase.
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Ukrzaliznytsia also announced its intention to launch another train from the Ukrainian town of Zdolbuniv to the Polish town of Chelm.