Polish Miners Call Off Russian Coal Blockade After Warsaw Pledges Industry Support – 25 September 2014

RT logoCoalminers blocking “cheap” Russian coal at the Poland-Russia border have reportedly reached a deal with the government in Warsaw to consider new coal trade laws that will better protect the country’s coal industry.

Coal deliveries from Russia have now resumed, according to a representative at the railway station in Russia’s Kaliningrad enclave, which borders Poland and the Baltic Sea but not mainland Russia.

“At 6:15am Moscow time, the train departed the Russian station Mamonowo and after sometime crossed the Russian-Polish border,”a representative said, RIA Novosti reported. According to the representative, another train will cross the border at 5pm Thursday local time.

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