Duty Free at the train station in Russia

In Russia, Duty Free was put into service at the train station: Duty Free opened at the train station for the first time in Russia. The Duty Free shop was opened at the Zabaykalsk railway station on the Chinese border for the first time in the history of Russia.
Russia Demiyolları'dan İtar Tass news agency, 30 square meters from the store in the area of ​​Moscow-Beijing line will be able to shop.
In the preparation process of Duty Free, technology service was developed for rail passengers to prevent outsiders from entering the store.
The Duty Free shopping center in Zabaykalsk railway station was the first attempt on railways. This decision was made by the government last April to make arrangements for the train stations.
Sergey Abramov, Head of the Department of Railways of the State Railways of Russia, noted that preparations for the opening of the Duty Free store at the Finlyand railway station in the city of St. Petersburg.

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