CHINA First container train from China's Wuhan arrives in Kiev, important step towards further cooperation, say officials

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First container train from China's Wuhan arrives in Kiev, important step towards further cooperation, say officials

Xinhua

21:38, July 07, 2020

Photo taken on July 6, 2020 shows a container train from China's Wuhan entering a railway station in Kiev, Ukraine. The first direct container train, which left the central Chinese city of Wuhan on June 16, arrived in Kiev Monday, opening up new opportunities for China-Ukraine cooperation, said Ukrainian officials. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua)

Photo taken on July 6, 2020 shows a container train from China's Wuhan entering a railway station in Kiev, Ukraine. The first direct container train, which left the central Chinese city of Wuhan on June 16, arrived in Kiev Monday, opening up new opportunities for China-Ukraine cooperation, said Ukrainian officials. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua)

A container train from China's Wuhan is welcomed upon its arrival in Kiev, Ukraine, July 6, 2020. The first direct container train, which left the central Chinese city of Wuhan on June 16, arrived in Kiev Monday, opening up new opportunities for China-Ukraine cooperation, said Ukrainian officials. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua)

A container train from China's Wuhan is welcomed upon its arrival in Kiev, Ukraine, July 6, 2020. The first direct container train, which left the central Chinese city of Wuhan on June 16, arrived in Kiev Monday, opening up new opportunities for China-Ukraine cooperation, said Ukrainian officials. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua)

A container is unloaded from a container train from China's Wuhan in Kiev, Ukraine, July 6, 2020. The first direct container train, which left the central Chinese city of Wuhan on June 16, arrived in Kiev Monday, opening up new opportunities for China-Ukraine cooperation, said Ukrainian officials. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua)

A container is unloaded from a container train from China's Wuhan in Kiev, Ukraine, July 6, 2020. The first direct container train, which left the central Chinese city of Wuhan on June 16, arrived in Kiev Monday, opening up new opportunities for China-Ukraine cooperation, said Ukrainian officials. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua)

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