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Turkey and Bulgaria begin rail service operations

Christian Fernsby |
A new passenger rail service between Turkey and Bulgaria will begin operations his week.

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According to the Turkish media, passengers will be transported between the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv and the Turkish north-western Edirne city from June 1.

The trips will be carried out twice a week, on Saturdays and on Sundays. The train will consist of three cars and up to 226 passengers will be transported daily.

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