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Ukrainian Railways Plays Critical Role as Wartime Lifeline


Ukrainian Railways Plays Critical Role as Wartime Lifeline
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During the two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, Ukrainian Railways became the country's key means of transportation. With over 22,000 kilometers (13,600 miles) of track, the state-owned network keeps working despite constant damage from shelling. Ukraine's railways evacuate people from front-line cities, transport world leaders, and move cargo and troops for the Ukrainian army. Lesia Bakalets has a story from Kyiv. VOA footage by Evgenii Shynkar.

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