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IRG-Rail meeting held in Zagreb

The meeting agenda included the IRG-Rail draft work programme2023

ZAGREB, 25 October 2022 – The members of IRG-Rail, an independent regulators’ group which brings  together regulatory bodies from 31 European countries, including the Republic of Croatia, held a meeting in Zagreb with the aim of preparing for the upcoming plenary session, which will be held in November. Among other topics at the meeting, there was a discussion on traction current network usage, private sidings and direct costs. In addition, the draft work programme 2023 was presented on the agenda. The work programme covers many topics, the European railway area and regulatory bodies, as well as the election of IRG Rail Vice-Chairman for 2023 and Chairman for 2024.


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