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Oct 07, 2017

Changes to Federal Passenger Company trains in Germany

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In connection with Storm Xavier, trains on the Frankfurt (Oder) – Berlin section of Deutsche Bahn are not running.

Train No. 23 Moscow – Paris stops at Rzepin (Reppen in German) station.

According to Deutsche Bahn, the Frankfurt (Oder) – Berlin section is expected to reopen by the middle of the day on 7 October 2017.

An agreement has been reached with the railway administrations in Poland, Germany and France to arrange the transportation of passengers travelling on trains No. 23 Moscow-Paris and No. 24 Paris-Moscow to their destination stations by bus and local trains.

The latest information on train timetables can be found on the website of Russian Railways in the section "Passengers" and obtained from the Single Information and Service Centre of Russian Railways, which operates round-the-clock under 8-800-775-00-00. Calls from anywhere in Russia are free.

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