Coronavirus: Bulgarian railways suspends international trains from March 17

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As of March 17, the movement of all international trains through the border crossings of Bulgaria will be stopped because of the measures against the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus, state railways BDZ said.

However, some trains will continue to run up to border crossing points.

Trains that are cancelled include the Sofia-Belgrade-Sofia express and the Vidin-Craiova-Vidin fast train.

The train connecting Sofia and Thessaloniki will run up to the Kulata border checkpoint.

The train connecting Sofia and Bucharest will run up to Rousse.

The Sofia-Istanbul train already was cancelled on March 11. The train runs as far as Svilengrad.

(Photo: BDZ)

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