by Przemysław Myszka
The rail network spanning over the so-called Eurasian Land Bridge has been rapidly evolving for a few years now.
It currently encompasses multiple Silk Roads which link destinations unimaginable in the past to be connected through rail services, such as London or Madrid with east-central China.
We're talking with Alexey Grom, the man in charge of a joint venture between the railways of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia, about recent developments, the company's plans to ship one million TEUs in the near future, how to build a Baltic-Asia rail-sea service, as well as why we should learn from each other and why "Eurasia is the best thing in the world."Download PDF